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Thu Apr 9 13:04:50 BST 2015
I 'm trying xpra between a client : odroid C1 (trusty Lubuntu) which only supports openGL-es (rather than openGL), and my linux server and i get many errors and a black window client side...these are libGL errors...various so files are not found so i'm wondering if this is because xpra uses OpenGL which would imply that developping is necessary to adapt it to an Odroid...
Le Mercredi 8 avril 2015 19h01, Antoine Martin <antoine at nagafix.co.uk> a écrit :
On 08/04/15 02:16, Frédéric Henry-Couannier wrote:
> What you say is interesting. I also want to test in a LAN (high bandwidth, low round trip delay). As for the server , what you say seems to imply that xpra mostly charges the server, right?
The compression is much more expensive than the decompression.
Depending on the encoding used, by a factor of 10 or more.
For a high bandwidth LAN, use rgb+lz4.
More info here:
> you run in seemless or full desktop mode?
> The python installer eventually worked after i installed lib64xkbfile-devel... now i just need to try it ... thanks!
> Le Mardi 7 avril 2015 20h44, basd <basd1 at fastbk.com> a écrit :
> I had same error. In openSuSE we use yast as the package manager and I just searched for the correct file/package, installed xkbfile and libxkbfile, then re-ran rpmbuild.
> I am not familiar with x2go. Also, frame rate depends upon connection and server. I am able to watch a video over winswitch. If I am on the same lan and have a good server, the quality is almost flawless -- I have a server in one room and access it from a netbook in another room.
> On 04/07/2015 11:03 AM, Frédéric Henry-Couannier wrote:
> indeed , i tried this
> with the latest version of tar.bz, but it does not work anymore
> the python installer sends me an error message
> ERROR: cannot find a valid pkg-config package for ['xkbfile', 'libxkbfile']
> and i'm not enough at ease with linux to try to guess if there is a package with a different name that i should install in mageia...
> anyway may be i can avoid this install if somebody can tell wether xpra can give a fluid experience with multimedia (for instance youtube video)... i mean better than x2go: very low frame rate in HD for youtube... i believe that there is currently no thin client free software able to give a fluid multimedia experience but may be i'm wrong...
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