[winswitch] [xpra] HTML5 client: open link clicked on remote machine in local browser
antoine at nagafix.co.uk
Thu May 31 12:26:23 BST 2018
On 31/05/18 04:34, Matteo Ipri wrote:
> PS: maybe some of my replies/questions are out of topic. Where is the
> best place to make such discussions?
They're all related to xpra so this is the right place.
>> > I started xpra with the following command
>> > $ xpra start \
>> > --daemon=no \
>> > --bind-tcp=0.0.0.0:8888 <http://0.0.0.0:8888> <http://0.0.0.0:8888> \
>> > --html=on \
>> > --ssl=off \
>> > --bandwidth-limit=500kbps \
>> > --bell=no \
>> > --pulseaudio=no \
>> > --webcam=no \
>> > --mdns=no \
>> > --system-tray=no \
>> > --clipboard-direction=both \
>> > --file-transfer=yes \
>> > --forward-xdg-open=yes \
>> > --start=xterm \
>> > --xvfb="Xvfb -dpi 96 -noreset -nolisten tcp +extension GLX +extension
>> > RANDR +extension RENDER +extension Composite -screen 0 1600x900x24+32"
>> If you are using this switch to use a specific initial resolution, there
>> are easier ways, see:
> Thanks for the tip!
> Yes, I need to specify the initial resolution, otherwise windows of
> launched apps are waaaay too big.
The vfb size will be adjusted when the client connects.
You can wait until that point to start the apps, then they will use the
correct vfb size. See --start-after-connect=yourapp
> I'll try the solution with environment variable.
> I also used that switch because I understood from the wiki that I have
> to use that switch to benefit of the pros of Xdummy, but maybe I got it
Yes you did: you're not using Xdummy if you specify --xvfb=Xvfb ...
You will be using Xvfb!
The default Ubuntu 17.10 installation should be using Xdummy already out
of the box, without needing to modify anything.
> I was trying to get the best performance running xpra on Amazon Web
> Services EC2 instance without dedicated GPU.
>> > I run a reverse proxy with TLS termination in front of xpra.
>> I hope the proxy is fast. The websocket connections degrade pretty
>> quickly when any measurable latency is added.
> Yes, I discovered this myself. I am investigating ways to change my
> virtual network. Thanks for the advice anyway! :-)
>> > Any suggestion?
>> Oops sorry. I overwrote the GPG key with the old one by mistake, and
>> half the repositories still had the old Release file.. So much fail.
>> Try again and things should just work.
> Yes, now it works on my PC running Arch Linux, too.
> Thank you very much for the quick fix!
> Thank you very very much again!
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