niklas.andersson at openforce.se
Fri Feb 12 13:39:25 EST 2016
Crashes are usually good because then you can install the package with
debug-symbols, run it through gdb and get a back trace. If you report it
on FreeRDP's issue-list on Github together with a stack trace they
should be able to fix it.
But then, if you are using the FreeRDP that comes in the distros you
might run into issues that are already fixed in master. FreeRDP hasn't
been the best project with respect to timely releases.....to put it
mildly :-) I have very high expectations for FreeRDP 2.0.
On 12/02/16 19:31, Tim Murphy wrote:
> On 12 February 2016 at 18:10, Niklas Andersson
> <niklas.andersson at openforce.se <mailto:niklas.andersson at openforce.se>>
> I suspect FreeRDP would also facilitate cross platform
> implementation more easily than different VNC implementations
> for *nix/win32.
> I think so. In our project we only targeted X11 on Linux, but
> AFAIK the FreeRDP maintainer we hired for the job also made it to
> work on Windows - "just for fun :-) ". And perhaps even on Mac OS
> X. I'll look into that.
> We rely on FreeRDP master at the moment, and are waiting for the
> release of FreeRDP 2.0 that will carry everything. There are
> nightly builds based on git master being stabilized.
> FWIW I have lots of trouble with FreeRDP on a regular basis -
> crashing. I'm not saying that it never works or that it won't reach
> stability but it hasn't for me and I am so annoyed with it that I've
> just given up. I followed head for many months and it never improved.
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