Yes it works.
If you are using MSTSC though, you need to make a change to /<xrdp_source>/xorg/X11R7.6/rdp/rdpmain.c
This is close to the top of the file, maybe about 10 - 20 lines in...it is just a few past the comments, if I remember correctly.
Once you make this change, then MSTSC will be able to connect.
Just an FYI, I have xrdp 0.6.0 and 0.7.0 (earlier and latest) running on CentOS 6.x, Red Hat 6.x, Debian 5/6, Ubuntu 10 - 12. I have just started playing with Linux Mint and I am having problems connecting to Mint Mate but
am getting ready to start playing with Mint Cinnamon and XFCE as well. I do not do SUSE or Fedora work anymore but I am sure they will work just fine as well. The main thing is to get a proper `messages` file which is showing the error...if you do not get
connected, trust me, there is an error in there.
If all else fails, open 2 terminals as root/superuser and change into /usr/local/sbin and launch xrdp and xrdp-sesman with the -ns switch. This allows you to run as a non-daemon with all logging to the screen. If you do this,
you will not have to sift through the messages file to find the error.
-Yorke (Screwba on IRC)
Sent: November 30, 2012 3:02 PM
To: xrdp-devel <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Xrdp-devel] xrdp/X11rdp on Ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10...
I'm having the same issue. I rebuilt xorg with the flag disabled (synced to
the most recent checkin from the git repository), but all I get is the login
screen telling me that the connection was successful. The logs indicate the
connection was successful, and I can't find any errors whatsoever... It just
-- doesn't work -- It's like you get to the door of a long-lost location
that you always wanted to find, and it's locked and you can't find the key.
What was the last git check-in that was known to work with Ubuntu 12 using
gnome-unity-2d and MSTSC? I'll try that next.
Any other suggestions -- Stephen -- did you ever get this to work?
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