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|Summary:||Resizing the ThinLinc client window while a SeamlessRDP application is running sometimes causes the rdesktop window to remain visible.|
|Product:||ThinLinc||Reporter:||Henrik Andersson <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Component:||| WTS Tools (deprecated)||Assignee:||Henrik Andersson <email@example.com>|
|Status:||CLOSED FIXED||QA Contact:||Bugzilla mail exporter <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Version: ThinLinc 4.2.0 (with rdesktop version thinlinc-rdesktop-4.2.0post-4375). Operating System: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 (VSM Server and Agent) and Windows Server 2008 R2 (Windows App Server). Environment: Standard GNOME Desktop profile, with desktop customization. Steps to reproduce: 1. Login to a ThinLinc session with ThinLinc client (make sure the "Resize remote session to local window" option is active); 2. Select profile; 3. Start seamless RDP application (Notepad, for example) either through desktop icon or by typing "tl-run-winapp-seamless notepad.exe" on a terminal; 4. Resize the ThinLinc client window (either using the mouse or by exiting fullscreen with the F8 menu). Expected behavior: The session desktop should resize to the client window size, the SeamlessRDP session should reconnect (resizing the SeamlessRDP area), and the running Windows applications should remain as before eg. not show the RDP session background as described below. Actual behavior: Sometimes, the session desktop resizes to the client window size and the remote desktop window becomes visible eg. not seamless.
When this happens, one of two error messages appear on the "xinit.log" file: · "WARNING: SeamlessRDP: Invalid request:ACK,2143,33HELLO,2147,0x00000003"; · "WARNING: SeamlessRDP: Invalid request:DESTROYGRP,0,0x000005d0,0x00000000HELLO,2088,0x00000003". After resizing the ThinLinc client window again, the SeamlessRDP session reconnects and it returns to the normal state, seamless is activated.
This is now fixed in upstream commit 1820.
Fix brought to ctc in vendordrop commit 29148.