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Old 20th February 2011, 10:33 PM
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xrdp stops working

I am using xrdp to log into my fedora 14 box from my windows 7 laptop, and it seems that when I first start Linux, xrdp is working fine, but after the machine has been sitting for a while and I try to remote into it remote desktop cannot find it. one other thing, not sure if it might be related, after the Linux machine has been idle for a while, I come back to turn on the monitor and use the machine, and the monitor never gets any signal, I have to reboot the machine to get it to work again. I have my power settings set to turn off the monitor after 30 minutes, but that is it. Again, not sure if that is related (maybe some sort of system hibernate?) any help is appreciated.
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