Code for building an Xserver called Xrdp is checked into the cvs now. I've gotten Xfree86 4.5 working with the code and X org 6.8.2 will work soon.
It's in the Xserver directory in the cvs.
I'm interested in giving this a go. However, the Makefile sets up a bunch of hardcoded includes that I couldn't decipher. I've also been unable to find any documentation on how to build/install/use this. Any pointers for where to start?
I have a makefile I'll need to make available to compile it.
I assume you'll commit it to CVS?
Will Xrdp remove the dependance on VNC?
yes. I'll make everything available soon to build it.
I checked in the makefile
I just tried again to build the Xserver, without luck:
There is a makefile_rdp in the Xserver directory, which appears to have been automatically created, by the Xorg build process, I assume. Using this results in an error (make: *** include: No such file or directory).
There is another makefile in the Xserver/hw/rdp directory. After adding necessary includes paths, I can get it to run a little. However, it dies later ().
How does one go about building the Xserver?
Will a new Debian install be available with the new Xserver?
any advice how to compile and how to use Xrdp ?
btw - what is the purpose of makefile_rdp ?
had some problems to find the appropriate headerfiles - at least i can do a succesful "make" in xrdp/Xserver/hw/rdp - but there is no binary afterwards
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