danalec

Synergy 2.0.0-stable: keeps disconnecting

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first post is attached Windows (10 Pro 1703.15063.674) host config files

fresh installed Synergy 2.0.0-stable, firewall disabled

synergy-service.log

synergy-core.log

synergy-router.log

synergy-config_2017-11-08_22-03-19.png

synergy-config_2017-11-08_22-04-45.png

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damn, the forums don't allow me to edit my own post.

also the forums don't allow posting .conf neither .cfg files

ArchLinux (4.13.11-1-ARCH) guest

 

synergy.log

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Moderator note - Combined all subsequent posts into top post at ori. poster request.

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Windows version now connects and works.

Now the problem is exclusively on the Linux guest. It can't properly bind and connect.

ArchLinux synergy2-bin 2.0.0stableb1026-1
AUR Page: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/synergy2-bin
Maintainer: jaap
Last Modified: Tue 07 Nov 2017 06:44:16 PM -02

Linux core 4.13.11-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Nov 2 10:25:56 CET 2017 x86_64 GNU/Linux

systemctl status returns loaded, please see systemctl_status.log

synergy-router.log

synergy-service.log

systemctl_status.log

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@danalec Please don't make a new topic to update a previous topic. 

I have merged it in order to make the forums cleaner.

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Your background service is crashing. Could you send the service log?

Log files can also be found on your file system.

Windows: C:\ProgramData\Symless\Synergy\
Mac: ~/Library/Synergy/
Linux: /var/log/synergy/

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31 minutes ago, Nick Bolton said:

Your background service is crashing. Could you send the service log?

Log files can also be found on your file system.

Windows: C:\ProgramData\Symless\Synergy\
Mac: ~/Library/Synergy/
Linux: /var/log/synergy/

they are already attached in previous post 

 

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this is a problem more linux people seem to have, if I dont have this problem on this pkgbuild.

did you reboot your system(just checking) I havnt found alternatives for all the deb-helper commands for arch(inside the pkgbuild, or .install) so it might not restart the service properly.

and check this post(same problem)

@danalec the servers are a bit slow, aperantly the link wasnt inserted

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19 minutes ago, jaap aarts said:

this is a problem more linux people seem to have, if I dont have this problem on this pkgbuild.

did you reboot your system(just checking) I havnt found alternatives for all the deb-helper commands for arch(inside the pkgbuild, or .install) so it might not restart the service properly.

and check this post(same problem)

Indeed I've rebooted already.

systemctl status described earlier says the service is running, the service is up!

I will rebuild the pkgbuild from scratch then, brb

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so before I rebuild the PKGBUILD

I will:

pacman -Rscn synergy2-bin
sudo rm -rf ~/.config/Symless
sudo rm -rf ~/.cache/Symless
sudo rm -rf /var/log/synergy

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ok
makepkg -i
it is running flawlessy although note chmod could not access /var/log/synergy

symlinks are ok and the process is running

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I will reboot now, brb

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rebooted
systemctl status synergy.service
is still the same

will turn on the kvm to trigger Windows10 as host and leave ArchLinux as guest

brb

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ok now I did

systemctl restart synergy.service

then open synergy-config
it asked me to log in in the browser and validated successfully

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so it works now?

pff, me typing a whole essay about things you could to, you just hadnt started the synergy-config yet.

nice clean rice btw, just a shame you are using chrome;)(firefox 58 nightly is really nice, it just take 2 months for the maintainer to update the pkgbuild).

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4 minutes ago, jaap aarts said:

so it works now?

pff, me typing a whole essay about things you could to, you just hadnt started the synergy-config yet.

nice clean rice btw, just a shame you are using chrome;)(firefox 58 nightly is really nice, it just take 2 months for the maintainer to update the pkgbuild).

No
it does not work, it did not work

logs shows it was connected for a very short time but it was not.

also note that synergy-config shows wincore (which is windows) turned on but not core (linux), both windows and linux synergy GUI looks the same

also note firefox-nightly is crashing in i3

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16 minutes ago, danalec said:

No
it does not work

 

can you send your arch core logs? the service seems to be running fine and the connection is made.

or can you try running this command manually?

/usr/bin/synergy-core --client -f --run-as-uid 1000 --debug DEBUG --name core --enable-drag-drop --profile-dir /var/lib/synergy --log /var/log/synergy/synergy-core.log 127.0.0.1:24800

if this doesn't work you'll have to fall back to v1, ill update my pkgbuild as soon as I notice that it has been updated.

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Just now, jaap aarts said:

can you send your arch core logs? the service seems to be running fine and the connection is made.

or can you try running this command manually?

/usr/bin/synergy-core --client -f --run-as-uid 1000 --debug DEBUG --name core --enable-drag-drop --profile-dir /var/lib/synergy --log /var/log/synergy/synergy-core.log 127.0.0.1:24800

if this doesn't work you'll have to fall back to v1, ill update my pkgbuild as soon as I notice that it has been updated.

these were sent already, look 

I will try to run the synergy-core straightly, brb

 

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synergy-core --client -f --run-as-uid 1000 --debug DEBUG --name core --enable-drag-drop --profile-dir /var/lib/synergy --log /var/log/synergy/synergy-core.log 127.0.0.1:24800

does not work

 

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synergy-core.log

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yea v1 works
v2 used to work until rc1
rc2 did not work

well at least I've tried, all the logs were posted

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maybe try reinstalling synergy on the windows system, it seems to be refusing the connection.

but after that, I honestly have to give up, have you tried contacting them at [email protected]?

if I find anything you could do, ill post it here.

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