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Old 08-14-2013, 11:57 PM   #1
Smoother
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XRDP Xsession Errors


So I'm using xrdp to remote in to my linux box running xubuntu 13. I had some issues originally logging in getting a gnome error keeping me from doing the session, which I was able to fix thanks to this:

I get "Failed to load session "ubuntu-2d" when using XRDP

I can now log in but get a crash report titled "xfsettingsd crashed with SIGSEGV in xfce_shortcuts_grabber_add". Many of the icons as well as the xfce theme are missing and I get broken icons and a basic menu bar, rather than the new icons and theme. Would anyone know a solution for this?

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