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Henrique Quintino

1.8.7 x64 Bug

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Hello,

Just to let everyone know that there is a bug in this version 1.8.7 x64, but not in the x86.

When trying to start the server piece the executable synergys.exe wont start, it hangs and there will be a message at the bottom saying, "Synergy is starting" but wont actually start(Synergy is running)

 

There is no error code or debug information so I cant really post details but my environment is:

 

Windows 7 - Client x64

Windows 10 - Server x64

 

Reversing the roles(win 7 as server) with x64 did work but that is not how I have my PC setup so it is not a solution.

 

The solution for me is that I have now

 

Windows 7 - Client x64

Windows 10 - Server x86

 

Hope this helps someone

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I uninstalled the newer build (now that Bonjour is installed) and reinstalled v1.8.8. Now it is no longer hanging on "Starting."

However, now I'm getting the following on the Server:

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] WARNING: unrecognised client name "Inspiron-17", check server config

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: disconnecting client "Inspiron-17"

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: client "Inspiron-17" has disconnected

 

How do I make a client "recognised"?

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1 minute ago, alangley said:

I uninstalled the newer build (now that Bonjour is installed) and reinstalled v1.8.8. Now it is no longer hanging on "Starting."

However, now I'm getting the following on the Server:

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] WARNING: unrecognised client name "Inspiron-17", check server config

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: disconnecting client "Inspiron-17"

[2017-06-14T18:42:29] NOTE: client "Inspiron-17" has disconnected

 

How do I make a client "recognised"?

Apologies, this was intended for another thread.

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