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Anyone got Xubuntu working with Gnome Remote Connection Manager or kdrc? I installed both via the package manager but kdrc doesnt run and Gnome remote connection manager comes back with a no database error. Anyone know of how to get either one working in Xubuntu? Thanks!
If you haven't already, try running them in a terminal to get a more detailed error. It could be that the Gnome program looks in your ~/.gnome directory for a config file. If you don't have Gnome installed, then it won't exist.
It is not working for me either. I found easier to simply install vncserver on the Windows machine and then hit it from my Ubuntu machine. VNC is perhaps slower, but it works well across platforms. If installing VNC server on Windows is not a problem for you, I'd recommend it instead.
MegaManX- I have servers out there that we access via RDP. So, its a bit more secure then using VNC.
seneschal- When I access gnome-rdp via the term as a normal user I get a pop-up box that say's "Error during the connection to database." The next error window says, "Error in query: CREATE TABLE version (id INTEGER PRIMARY KEY, dbversion VARCHAR(10)) Error:libsqlite3.so.0".
The terminal show's these errors:
Unhandled Exception: System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
in <0x0000a> GnomeRDP.Sqlite:FreeResult ()
in <0x00064> GnomeRDP.Configuration:CreateDatabase ()
in <0x00137> GnomeRDP.MainApp:InitializeComponent ()
in <0x000d0> GnomeRDP.MainApp:.ctor (System.String args)
in <0x00019> GnomeRDP.MainApp:Main (System.String args)
Any ideas? Or should I just run Gnome | KDE instead?