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RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
20-02-2017, 11:00 AM,
#1
RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
RPiTC 3 1.12:
- Kernel update 4.4.48
- Citrix Receiver 13.4.2
- VMWare Horizon 4.3
- NoMachine 5.2.11
- Virt-viewer/Spice 5.0 (Debian repo)
- FreeRDP rebuilded from git 2017-02-20
- Suite3270 3.5ga10 (IBM terminal)

Fixed:
- USB Automount
- fbturbo hw cursor
- dfreerdp: added apt prefs to avoid update from Debian repos
- Citrix client libcurl dependencies fixed

Virt-Viewer/Spice client:
- the Debian repo is now updated to the last version of virt-viewer, this include oVirt support. So we migrated to a more-easy to mantain package.

Note:
- All the script files, third party binaries, libraries, confs, startup videos and images are located in the /opt folder.
- Default OS come with: Firefox, SSH Server, VNC Server, Docky and Conky.
- Default user/pass: rpitc/rpitc and root/rpitc
- Use the RPiTC Builder tool to install/remove the TC-related packages

Download:
- xz compressed image: http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/RPiTCv3_1.12.img.xz (343Mb)
- zip compressed image: http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/RPiTCv3_1.12.img.zip (466Mb)
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20-02-2017, 02:56 PM,
#2
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
Awesome! Always love to see updates on this project!
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21-02-2017, 12:49 PM,
#3
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
It works! Great Job!

The only issue I have is with sound. I use a speaker connected to jack and xfreerdp_git with these options:
/cert-ignore /usb:id,dev:05f3:00ff /f /soundConfusedys:pulse +fonts +aero /smartcard +drives +clipboard /rfx /smart-sizing /gdiConfusedw /jpeg /jpeg-quality:100 /codec-cache:jpeg +async-update

Sound is OK on rpitc itself. But in the remote session - it is difficult to describe - the sound is arrythmic. It comes up and goes down again, words are hardly to understand.
I also tried with .../soundConfusedys:alsa... but it was worse, I only heard a sizzle.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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24-02-2017, 06:44 AM,
#4
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
Sorry for this dumb question, because I am new to this linux things.

Could you tell me how to update RPiTC from the previous version? I have tried searching in this forum and google to find out how to update but couldn't find it. I have found this old post from Gibbio:

http://rpitc.blogspot.com/2012/08/keep-u...pi-tc.html

But when I check the link, it's already not found (404).

Thanks guys.
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14-03-2017, 05:42 PM, (This post was last modified: 14-03-2017, 06:23 PM by Denis Moro.)
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RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
Hi, Citrix with H-264 addon did not works:
selfservice exit with this error:

2445: stdout from child
Loading BCM init

End of stdout (17 read)

I had to install https://github.com/luyi1888/ctxh264_pi/r...s/tag/v0.1

but after that I observed the hw cursor problem....
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15-03-2017, 10:05 AM,
#6
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
(14-03-2017, 05:42 PM)Denis Moro Wrote: Hi, Citrix with H-264 addon did not works:
selfservice exit with this error:

2445: stdout from child
Loading BCM init

End of stdout (17 read)

I had to install https://github.com/luyi1888/ctxh264_pi/r...s/tag/v0.1

but after that I observed the hw cursor problem....

Ciao Denis Smile

Just yesterday I have updated the Citrix client to version 13.5 and added a new github repo with updated source code of ctxh264_pi (you can find it here: https://github.com/Gibbio/ctxh264_pi the compiled binary are available here: http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/packages/).

Maybe the problem is in the fb driver, i'm not sure if you have to use the fbturbo_drv.so video driver with the hw mouse acceleration or not.
In any case, I've just recompiled the "official" fbturbo driver with the hw mouse support for RPi2/3, you can find it here:
http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/packages/fbturbo_drv.so_HW
and the standard fbturbo driver here:
http://dl.armtc.net/RPi-TC/packages/fbturbo_drv.so

Try both and please let me know which combination is working for you, thanks!
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16-03-2017, 11:07 AM, (This post was last modified: 16-03-2017, 11:08 AM by Denis Moro.)
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RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
hi, thank you for your support.
I started again from scratch: I had to coy bcm_init.so from /opt/libraries to /lib, please do the same for future version.

I tried many ctxh264.so (copied to /opt/Citrx/ICACLIENT/lib):
/opt/libraries/ctxh264.so not use the best encoder (deepcompression) and I can't see mouse icon;
ctxh264.so (your packge from http://dl.armtc.net/) use the best encoder (deepcompressionV2) but I can't see mouse icon;
ctxh264.so_EGL (your package from http://dl.armtc.net/) use the best encoder (deepcompressionV2) and I can see mouse icon;

I also tried Citrix's original ctxh264_fb.so (renamed to ctxh264.so): it also use the best encoder (deepcompressionV2) and I can see mouse icon;

now I'm still testing your ctxh264.so_EGL because I'm not happy about compression artefacts.

PS I had not changed original fbturbo_drv.so
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16-03-2017, 02:55 PM,
#8
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
another question: why to send the character '{' or '}' have I to click on :
CTRL + ALT + SHIFT + '+' ?
instead of ALT + SHIFT + '+' ?
thanks
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11-09-2017, 10:41 AM,
#9
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
Hi,

I have also been trying H264 modules for Citrix Receiver, but when trying the EGL one from your packages, and trying to use it, I get this error when starting Citrix Receiver via command line:
Can not load /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/lib/ctxh264.so: /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/lib/ctxh264.so: undefined symbol: deinit_ogl
Any idea why this is happening? Maybe I am missing some other module?
I am not getting this when using the standard ctxh264.so, but then I also don't have a mouse pointer, as Denis Moro already mentioned.
Thanks for your insights.
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11-09-2017, 11:10 AM,
#10
RE: RPiTC 3 1.12 (kernel 4.4.48)
(11-09-2017, 10:41 AM)Koenraad Willems Wrote: Hi,

I have also been trying H264 modules for Citrix Receiver, but when trying the EGL one from your packages, and trying to use it, I get this error when starting Citrix Receiver via command line:
Can not load /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/lib/ctxh264.so: /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/lib/ctxh264.so: undefined symbol: deinit_ogl
Any idea why this is happening? Maybe I am missing some other module?
I am not getting this when using the standard ctxh264.so, but then I also don't have a mouse pointer, as Denis Moro already mentioned.
Thanks for your insights.

install ctxh264 from https://github.com/luyi1888/ctxh264_pi/r...s/tag/v0.1
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