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#2035 invalid XPRA query Antoine Martin Abinaya
Description

Hi,

I am new to this XPRA and want to know clear idea about this tool.

Our requirement is to remotely access our Linux machine ( RHEL6 and RHEL7 ) which available globally.

As of now we are using NX and XRDP like tool for our 1000+ servers.

did this XPRA is like remote desktop accession or RDP tool.

Sorry if this is the wrong place to raise a queries because I don't aware to where i have to raise my queries.

#2240 fixed Missing x264 dependency for CentOS 6 Antoine Martin Akcope
Description

I get the following error when trying to yum install xpra on Centos 6.9:

Error: Package: xpra-1.0.12-2.r19800.el6_9.x86_64 (winswitch)
           Requires: libx264.so.148()(64bit)
           Available: x264-xpra-20170704-1.el6_9.x86_64 (winswitch)
               libx264.so.148()(64bit)
           Installing: x264-xpra-20190109-0.el6_9.x86_64 (winswitch)
               Not found
 You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
 You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest

I tried various ways of installing the lib manually, as discussed on stackexchange: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/509424/yum-wont-resolve-a-lib-dependency-though-it-is-available-installed, but none of them resolved this issue. Seems to be an issue with the packaging itself.

#1477 fixed Xpra Proxy same user session management Andreas Andreas
Description

Hi,

i want to test the nvenc proxy server functionality of xpra.

My proxy multi auth file looks like:

john|heimgeh|1000|1000|tcp:172.17.0.4:10000|EXAMPLE_ENV=VALUE|compression=0
john|heimgeh|1000|1000|tcp:172.17.0.5:10000|EXAMPLE_ENV=VALUE|compression=0
john|heimgeh|1000|1000|tcp:172.17.0.6:10000|EXAMPLE_ENV=VALUE|compression=0

how can i attach e.g. the session to the ip 172.17.0.5 from a client? Maybe its already possible in some way, but i dont know how to do?

Im searching for something like this:

john|heimgeh|1000|1000|tcp:172.17.0.4:10000|session-to-glxgears|EXAMPLE_ENV=VALUE|compression=0
john|heimgeh|1000|1000|tcp:172.17.0.5:10000|session-to-xterm|EXAMPLE_ENV=VALUE|compression=0
...

and on the client:

xpra attach --username=john --password-file=/home/testing/password.txt tcp:i31forhlr4:443/session-to-glxgears --encoding=h264
xpra attach --username=john --password-file=/home/testing/password.txt tcp:i31forhlr4:443/session-to-xterm --encoding=h264

Greets

Andreas

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