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#2011 new defect

After XPRA Client timed out, `xpra start` does not show a window

Reported by: stdedos Owned by: stdedos
Priority: major Milestone: 2.5
Component: android Version: 2.4.x
Keywords: Cc:

Description

Related: #1997, #2010

I had started a remote session successfully with:
$ xpra start ssh://sntentos@ip --start=gnome-terminal

and the attached Windows machine died of battery.

Now, even though I attach "successfully", I see no GUI.

Attachments (1)

unable-to-see.zip (83.4 KB) - added by stdedos 3 weeks ago.

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Change History (6)

Changed 3 weeks ago by stdedos

Attachment: unable-to-see.zip added

comment:1 Changed 3 weeks ago by Antoine Martin

Owner: changed from Antoine Martin to stdedos

For some reason, your window is showing:

windows.1.state=('_NET_WM_STATE_HIDDEN',)

Can you try connecting from a Linux client, or even the html5 client, to see if the window is shown there?

comment:2 Changed 2 weeks ago by stdedos

Apologies. Indeed I didn't specify the sequence of events correctly.

Now, even though I attach "successfully", I see no GUI.

Now, even though I attach "successfully", I see no GUI - even if I attach from the Ubuntu 16.04.5 server that is at the "ip".

comment:3 Changed 2 weeks ago by Antoine Martin

You should be able to get the same effect as the "died of battery" event by unplugging the network cable, abruptly shutting down the virtual machine (assuming this is one) or maybe even by forcibly killing the client process (with kill -9).

None of these attempts make the gnome-terminal window disappear for me.
I will need more precise steps to reproduce.
At the very least, please attach the server log.

comment:4 Changed 2 weeks ago by stdedos

Server log is in the zip file, as ":9-server.log"

comment:5 Changed 29 hours ago by Antoine Martin

Ah, indeed, the server log was hidden in there.

Next time you can reproduce it, please post the steps here.
Please try to run something like:

xdotool search -class gnome-terminal windowactivate
xdotool search -class gnome-terminal windowfocus
xdotool search -class gnome-terminal windowraise

Against the xpra display. Does that help restore the window?

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