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The default version of the
/etc/x2go/x2gobroker.conf configuration file can be viewed here.
It basically is used to do all global session broker configuration stuff. The file contains many and long comments, make sure you read everything thoroughly.
x2gobroker.conf falls into a [global] section and several per-backend sections ([zeroconf], [inifile], etc.).
The tweakable options of
x2gobroker.conf that you might have to touch are:
For miscellaneous setups you may be interested in adapting the following options:
default-session-autologin: broker sessions are authoritative, clicking on a session profile card will launch the session right away without a second username/password request
default-authorized-keys: location of the server-side
authorized_keysfile that is used by X2Go Session Broker to mediate session autologin
default-agent-query-mode: mode for querying X2Go Session Broker Agent, can be either
Available backend sections are:
zeroconf backend is a test backend that works out of the box and provides a session profile that will give an X2Go login to
With a default installation of
x2gobroker-daemon the command to launch X2Go Client in broker mode then is:
$ x2goclient --broker-url=http://localhost:8080/plain/zeroconf/
/etc/x2go/x2gobroker.conf the only option you can tweak is the
desktop-shell option. Its default is set to
inifile backend is a broker backend that can be text file based