merc1984 | 10 Oct 23:17 2012

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Thanks, this works.
But I've never used XFCE before, and read on the listserv that starting it in x2go a certain way results in low-quality graphics. The quality of this session XFCE desktop looks OK to me so far, but I wouldn't really know.
 
 
On Wed, Oct 10, 2012, at 13:15, Molnár Zoltán wrote:
I've set up xfce4 with X2go.
Just launch the session with custom desktop, command: xfce4-session.
Why doesn't the X2Go Client have XFCE?  Isn't there a way to set up
XFCE?
 
Why doesn't PyHoca work?  I launch a remote host, it asks for signon and
that is approved, but then nothing.  Manual launch, and nothing.
 
Debian Testing with X2Go 3.99.3.0-0
 
 
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<div>But I've never used XFCE before, and read on the listserv that starting it in x2go a certain way results in low-quality graphics.  The quality of this session XFCE desktop looks OK to me so far, but I wouldn't really know.</div>

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<div>On Wed, Oct 10, 2012, at 13:15, Moln&aacute;r Zolt&aacute;n wrote:</div>
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<div>I've set up xfce4 with X2go.</div>
<div>Just launch the session with custom desktop, command: xfce4-session.</div>
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<div>Why doesn't the X2Go Client have XFCE?&nbsp; Isn't there a way to set up</div>
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<div>Why doesn't PyHoca work?&nbsp; I launch a remote host, it asks for signon and</div>
<div>that is approved, but then nothing.&nbsp; Manual launch, and nothing.</div>
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<div>Debian Testing with X2Go 3.99.3.0-0</div>
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