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Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of FAQ


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05/25/13 12:34:23 (8 years ago)
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Antoine Martin
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    v2 v3  
    4848This means that xpra failed to create a window matching the desired constraints, you may experience display artifacts around the window's borders
    4949* "{{{Xorg is not readable}}}"
    50 Your distribution ships Xorg suid but it is not readable by your current user, since Xpra needs to run Xorg non-suid, it needs to make a non-suid copy of the file so you will have to make it readable (please complain to your distributor - there is nothing we can do about this and the security beneffits of preventing read access to a suid binary are dubious at best in most cases).
    51 For more details, see Xdummy.
     50Your distribution ships Xorg suid but it is not readable by your current user, since Xpra needs to run Xorg non-suid, it needs to make a non-suid copy of the file so you will have to make it readable (please complain to your distributor - there is nothing we can do about this and the security beneffits of preventing read access to a suid binary are dubious at best in most cases).
     51[[BR]]
     52For more details, see [/wiki/Xdummy Xdummy].
    5253}}}
    5354
     
    5859If you find a bug or missing feature, please do let us know.
    5960* There is no system tray with gnome shell
    60 Please complain to gnome for breaking things. There are extensions you can use to restore the system tray area. (topicons is one)
     61Please complain to gnome for breaking things. There are [https://extensions.gnome.org/ extensions] you can use to restore the system tray area. ([https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/495/topicons/ topicons] is one)
    6162* My application menus are missing on Ubuntu
    62 This breakage was caused by Ubuntu's global menus hack, start your applications with UBUNTU_MENUPROXY set to an empty string to disable this mess (ie: UBUNTU_MENUPROXY="" yourapplication)
     63This [https://www.xpra.org/trac/ticket/228 breakage] was caused by Ubuntu's global menus hack, start your applications with UBUNTU_MENUPROXY set to an empty string to disable this mess (ie: UBUNTU_MENUPROXY="" yourapplication)
    6364* Does this work with KDE?
    6465There are problems with some versions of KDE/oxygen (older versions simply crashed, some newer versions prevented clicks from propagating to xpra)
    6566* Can this KDE problem be fixed or worked around?
    66 Yes, the fix is now in KDE trunk
     67Yes, the fix is now in [https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=274485 KDE trunk]
    6768}}}