l3mur

RC1 issues with manjaro host and win10 client

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I'm attempting to get RC1 Working with a manjaro (arch) host and Win10 client. 

host log:  https://synergy-logs.symless.com/2017-11-04/10234-2017-11-04T11-41-04.log

win10 log: https://synergy-logs.symless.com/2017-11-04/10234-2017-11-04T11-40-21.log

 

Followed all the suggested steps in the documentation, re-installing, clearing out any old config, but nothing seems to work.

When I right click on my machine (ac-mj) and select "share from ac-mj" I'm getting the error:

WARNNIG: can't use an inactive machine to control the others"

 

Other thoughts: installed using the AUR package: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/synergy2-bin/

In documentation they're saying to start it with the command `synergyd`, but this package installs no such binary; this installs

  • synergy-config
  • synergy-core
  • synergy-service
  • synergy-tests 

and running synergy-config appears to start up core and service. seems correct, but Is this a problem?

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18 minutes ago, l3mur said:
WARNNIG: can't use an inactive machine to control the others"

 

 

We're working on a fix for that now. Stay tuned!

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15 hours ago, Nick Bolton said:

We're working on a fix for that now. Stay tuned!

WHO, this is one of the issues ive been having too.

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15 hours ago, l3mur said:

Other thoughts: installed using the AUR package: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/synergy2-bin/

In documentation they're saying to start it with the command `synergyd`, but this package installs no such binary; this installs

this synergy documentation? or from AUR, I dont remember putting it there but I might have.

since this is completely outdated and I dont want any old documentation on my AUR package.(I pushed the RC1 version like 5 times because I forgot something, so one more wouldnt be that bad)

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