Attempt to start Xpra-0.15.8 built from source as
xpra start :33 fails with the following in
Parse error on line 104 of section InputClass in file /home/user/.xpra/xpra.conf "p<BF>v<88>3V" is not a valid keyword in this section.
It complains on every uncommented line. If I comment a particular line it stops on next uncommented one with the similar error. This is a regression as 0.15.6 (and earlier versions) did not have such problem.
Parse error on line..is not from xpra
/home/user/.xpra/xpra.conf, it would be helpful to include it
This is a regression as 0.15.6 (and earlier versions) did not have such problem.
I very much doubt that is the case. My bet is a syntax error on your side.
No, it is not a syntax error as 0.15.6 works. No, it is not useful to include config because 0.15.8 stops on every un-commented line -- just copy
/home/user/.xpra/xpra.conf and make sure that any like
keyboard-sync = no or
encoding is set.
Do you think that after all those years of maintaining Xpra I would not recognise a syntax error?
Caused by r11013, undoing this change should get you going. FYI: this is Xorg moaning, not xpra.
Should be fixed in r11218 using a directory that should not exist by default named
xorg.conf.d (changed from
xorgconfdir in r11222), or if it does exist it should be clear that it is for xorg config files only (which is not a bad thing to have in any case, so users can customize their config more easily).
@onlyjob: please confirm and close.
All good with r11219, thanks.
this ticket has been moved to: https://github.com/Xpra-org/xpra/issues/1031