DiegoVelez

Server is disconnecting client

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Hello, I have 1 server and 1 client, the server is a MacOS version El Capitan, and the client is a linux machine with Fedora 24

When connecting the Fedora machine it gets disconnected automatically and retries again forever. here is the log

[2017-05-19T14:24:09] NOTE: started server, waiting for clients

2017-05-19 14:24:09.897 synergys[4739:448889] starting cocoa loop

[2017-05-19T14:24:10] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-05-19T14:24:10] NOTE: disconnecting client "linux"

[2017-05-19T14:24:10] WARNING: unrecognised client name "linux", check server config

[2017-05-19T14:24:10] NOTE: client "linux" has disconnected

[2017-05-19T14:24:11] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-05-19T14:24:11] NOTE: disconnecting client "linux"

[2017-05-19T14:24:11] WARNING: unrecognised client name "linux", check server config

[2017-05-19T14:24:11] NOTE: client "linux" has disconnected

[2017-05-19T14:24:12] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-05-19T14:24:12] WARNING: unrecognised client name "linux", check server config

[2017-05-19T14:24:12] NOTE: disconnecting client "linux"

[2017-05-19T14:24:12] NOTE: client "linux" has disconnected

[2017-05-19T14:24:14] NOTE: accepted client connection

[2017-05-19T14:24:14] WARNING: unrecognised client name "linux", check server co

[2017-05-19T14:24:14] NOTE: disconnecting client "linux"

nfig

[2017-05-19T14:24:15] INFO: stopping synergy desktop process

I use the basic server config which is Configure Interactively,  so I don't have any cofiguration file or anything else.

I have attached a screenshot of the server configuration

 

For the client I have the default config, it automatically detects the server and it is doing that, but for some reasson the server keeps restarting the connection

 

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You'll need to check the Server Configuration on your server and check if you have added a monitor and named it "linux." You can also refer to this knowledge base article for the proper initial configuration.

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