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Old 03-08-2016, 03:36 PM   #1
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xrdp black screen after login RHEL7server

What can I modify to change the delay between login and the desktop appearing?

From Windows10 to RHEL7Server, minimal install, minimal desktop packages.
systemctl starts xrdp (0.9.0-4) on bootup

Start Windows RDP, get login screen
fill-in the login screen, click ok, screen goes black
wait 60 seconds, then the desktop appears

This is not a connection speed issue.

stop xrdp via systemctl and launch via two terminals:
sudo xrdp -ns sudo xrdp-sesman -ns

Login from Windows, screen goes black for < 5 seconds, desktop appears.

Installing xrdp from the online (fedora) repository, at first seemed to fix my problem, as I had initially installed from a local repository - but online/offline proved to be a fluke, as the latest online installed failed to login quickly, too.

Any notions?


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