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    * You can change the port for the server, but most probably it's the default SSH port, 22.    * You can change the port for the server, but most probably it's the default SSH port, 22.
    * Now you can set, if you want to use RSA or DSA Keys, which one to use. For example: "/​home/​x2gouser/​.ssh/​id_rsa"​    * Now you can set, if you want to use RSA or DSA Keys, which one to use. For example: "/​home/​x2gouser/​.ssh/​id_rsa"​
-   * You could also just use a ssh-agent if you've got that available.+   * You could also just use an SSH agent if you've got that available. On Linux, the standard ssh-agent, or any agent that is compatible with it, is used. On Windows, Pageant, or any agent that is compatible with it (like KeeAgent) is used.
    * There is also the availability to use a proxy to connect to the x2goserver for which you could provide a set of different credentials and key to authenticate against.    * There is also the availability to use a proxy to connect to the x2goserver for which you could provide a set of different credentials and key to authenticate against.
    * The ''​Session Type''​ field is used to select your desktop environment. If your environment is not on the list, use the "​Custom Desktop"​ option, and specify the command that starts the desktop or VM on the remote side. You can also use a specific application provided by the remote side.    * The ''​Session Type''​ field is used to select your desktop environment. If your environment is not on the list, use the "​Custom Desktop"​ option, and specify the command that starts the desktop or VM on the remote side. You can also use a specific application provided by the remote side.
  
 +<note important>​Newer versions of the GNOME 3 and UNITY desktop environments have compatibility issues with X2Go. See the page [[doc:​de-compat|Desktop Environment Compatibility]] for more details.</​note>​
  
 The next Tab shows your connection settings: The next Tab shows your connection settings:
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 FIXME FIXME
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-<note tip>​Session may not start properly when the server side is GNOME 3. You'll need to select '​Custom desktop'​ in preferences and write an appropriate command. If you first start a local session and look for '​gnome-session'​ in process list (ps ax | grep gnome), you'll get a hint. For example: 
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-''​gnome-session --session=gnome-fallback''​ 
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-or  
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-''​gnome-session --session=gnome-2d''​ 
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-YMMV</​note>​ 
  
 ==== Configure Print Settings ====  ==== Configure Print Settings ==== 
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   * Ctrl + Alt + T: terminate session / disconnect   * Ctrl + Alt + T: terminate session / disconnect
-  * Ctrl + Alt + F: toggle ​fullscreen/windowed+  * Ctrl + Alt + F: toggle ​windowed/fullscreen over all screens¬†
 +  * Ctrl + Alt + Shift + F: toggle ​windowed/fullscreen on current screen
   * Ctrl + Alt + M: minimize or maximize fullscreen window   * Ctrl + Alt + M: minimize or maximize fullscreen window
   * Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys: move viewport (when remote screen is bigger than client window)   * Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys: move viewport (when remote screen is bigger than client window)
 +  * Ctrl + Alt + G: toggle autograb feature (pass all key to the x2go session when it is active; this helps with window cycling using Alt+Tab)
 +  * more to find in "/​etc/​x2go/​keystrokes.cfg"​
 +  * locate "​README.keystrokes.gz"​ on your system to read the keystrokes documentation
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 +Some of these keyboard shortcuts overlap with default shortcuts of e.g. GNOME. See [[wiki:​advanced:​nx-keyboard-shortcuts|Customize NX Keyboard Shortcuts]] for a method to change the X2Go shortcuts.
  
-Some of these keyboard shortcuts overlap with default shortcuts of e.g. GNOME. See [[nx_keyboard_shortcuts]] for a method to change the X2Go shortcuts. 
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