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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 11:50:28 AM »
That won't work. You can only run individual GUI apps through your SSH client, although  startx  has to be ran on your SSH host before that will work (i.e. X must be running on the host).
If you want to use the full desktop, you need something like  x11vnc.tcz  to be installed on your RPi and some VNC viewer as a client to use it.

All clear, thanks a lot for helping, daniele
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 11:47:34 AM »
That won't work. You can only run individual GUI apps through your SSH client, although  startx  has to be ran on your SSH host before that will work (i.e. X must be running on the host).
If you want to use the full desktop, you need something like  x11vnc.tcz  to be installed on your RPi and some VNC viewer as a client to use it.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 11:20:00 AM »
Yes!
X runs on your Pi ; You won't see it through your SSH client unless you're using some kind of Remote Desktop software.
However, you can forward GUI apps from your RPi to your client via something like
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ssh -Y <IP-of your-RPi> <GUI-app>

The message
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1 cycles done
comes from  nohup wbar , I think. So can be ignored.

Also
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/usr/bin/tce-load: line 290: desktop.sh: not found
is nothing to be concerned about.
As soon as the extension that contains  desktop.sh  is loaded, that message goes away.

Thanks!
I have tried: 
ssh -Y tc@192.168.1.12 startx
but now I get:
killall: can't kill pid 3658: No such process
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 11:16:34 AM »
Yes!
X runs on your Pi ; You won't see it through your SSH client unless you're using some kind of Remote Desktop software.
However, you can forward GUI apps from your RPi to your client via something like
Code: [Select]
ssh -Y <IP-of your-RPi> <GUI-app>

The message
Code: [Select]
1 cycles done
comes from  nohup wbar , I think. So can be ignored.

Also
Code: [Select]
/usr/bin/tce-load: line 290: desktop.sh: not found
is nothing to be concerned about.
As soon as the extension that contains  desktop.sh  is loaded, that message goes away.
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 10:55:21 AM »
Could it be because I am trying to install it from a terminal via SSH?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 10:18:56 AM »
What verion of PiCore are you using?

8.1.5

I have tried once more and I get the error during the install. The download has gone with no problems.
The error I get during the install is following:

fc-cache: error while loading shared libraries: libharfbuzz.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
fontconfig.tcz: OK
cairo.tcz: OK
harfbuzz.tcz: OK
wbar.tcz: OK
/usr/bin/tce-load: line 290: desktop.sh: not found
flwm_topside.tcz: OK
/usr/bin/tce-load: line 290: desktop.sh: not found
libxkbfile.tcz: OK
/usr/bin/tce-load: line 290: desktop.sh: not found
xkbcomp.tcz: OK

and then when I type startx, I get:
startx
2 cycles done
tc@box:~$ startx
1 cycles done
tc@box:~$ startx
1 cycles done
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 10:06:33 AM »
What verion of PiCore are you using?

8.1.5
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 10:04:39 AM »
What verion of PiCore are you using?
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by dcaccount on Today at 10:00:11 AM »
Hmm, I don't know why it fails.
However,  TC.tcz  is just a meta-extension for these:
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Xorg.tcz
flwm_topside.tcz
wbar.tcz
aterm.tcz
Try installing them independently.

It says that all are already installed. When I type "startx" I get "1 cycles done"
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Raspberry Pi / Re: How to install extensions?
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 09:58:21 AM »
Hmm, I don't know why it fails.
However,  TC.tcz  is just a meta-extension for these:
Code: [Select]
Xorg.tcz
flwm_topside.tcz
wbar.tcz
aterm.tcz
Try installing them independently.
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