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Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Byron White

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Sahar Nassif

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Michael K-2
I may have consolidated some PKCS#11 stuff and renamed from VMVIEW_PKCS11 to PKCS11_MODULE.  Missed the line in the conf directory regarding that.  PKCS11_MODULE shares with ica's new receiver client.

My fork was pulled into master.  Everything should be working.  I use it all the time.  Don't care about 3.2 much.  It's broken and vulnerable to Logjam and can't be fixed.

You can check /var/log/boot.log.  Maybe vmview.init isn't working or generating some error.  Check and see if you have .vdm files in the ~/.vmware directory.

On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 10:37 AM, Sahar Nassif <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Byron White
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I started with a stock devastation 5.4.2 (the latest), did a basic --allmodules build and captured the drivers for my Optiplex test machine, then used the attached build.conf and thinstation.conf.buildtime to create a kiosk that boots and goes straight to a login for the View client.  The only problem I had was that I had to use VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3 to prevent the SSL check, which results in a red “warning/error” on the connection server.  If you change the SSL check to check then you experience the OpenSSL bug.

 

Byron White

Systems Administrator, ITS

University of Northern BC

(250) 960-5675

[hidden email]

 

From: Sahar Nassif [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 8:37 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Michael K-2
Follow the instructions for updating the repository but do 'git checkout master' before 'git pull'

There's no way I can tell you what's wrong with your conf by looking at it.  Does it work if you disable autostart and add an icon to the desktop (...ICON=on)?  If so, your network isn't coming up in time.

In any case, I'm more interested in contents of /var/run/applications/vmview.* which is where all the errors go.  I suppose you might find something in /tmp/vmware-root

On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 10:55 AM, Byron White <[hidden email]> wrote:

I started with a stock devastation 5.4.2 (the latest), did a basic --allmodules build and captured the drivers for my Optiplex test machine, then used the attached build.conf and thinstation.conf.buildtime to create a kiosk that boots and goes straight to a login for the View client.  The only problem I had was that I had to use VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3 to prevent the SSL check, which results in a red “warning/error” on the connection server.  If you change the SSL check to check then you experience the OpenSSL bug.

 

Byron White

Systems Administrator, ITS

University of Northern BC

<a href="tel:%28250%29%20960-5675" value="+12509605675" target="_blank">(250) 960-5675

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From: Sahar Nassif [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 8:37 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Byron White

Sorry, my response below was to Sahar in response to his question of how I got 3.2 to work. 

 

I have discovered that there’s a problem with the permissions on the /etc/rc5.d/S10vmview.init file on my pxeclient, but I’m going to try and do an update from the master branch first to see if that resolves my problem.

 

Just to confirm, the master branch is meant to include the 3.5 client by default and I shouldn’t need to modify the build.conf.url or anything else, correct?

 

Byron White

 

From: Michael K [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 10:12 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Follow the instructions for updating the repository but do 'git checkout master' before 'git pull'

 

There's no way I can tell you what's wrong with your conf by looking at it.  Does it work if you disable autostart and add an icon to the desktop (...ICON=on)?  If so, your network isn't coming up in time.

 

In any case, I'm more interested in contents of /var/run/applications/vmview.* which is where all the errors go.  I suppose you might find something in /tmp/vmware-root

 

On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 10:55 AM, Byron White <[hidden email]> wrote:

I started with a stock devastation 5.4.2 (the latest), did a basic --allmodules build and captured the drivers for my Optiplex test machine, then used the attached build.conf and thinstation.conf.buildtime to create a kiosk that boots and goes straight to a login for the View client.  The only problem I had was that I had to use VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3 to prevent the SSL check, which results in a red “warning/error” on the connection server.  If you change the SSL check to check then you experience the OpenSSL bug.

 

Byron White

Systems Administrator, ITS

University of Northern BC

<a href="tel:%28250%29%20960-5675" target="_blank">(250) 960-5675

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From: Sahar Nassif [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 8:37 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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Re: Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

Michael K-2
No - looks like build.urls is still on 3.2

On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 12:33 PM, Byron White <[hidden email]> wrote:

Sorry, my response below was to Sahar in response to his question of how I got 3.2 to work. 

 

I have discovered that there’s a problem with the permissions on the /etc/rc5.d/S10vmview.init file on my pxeclient, but I’m going to try and do an update from the master branch first to see if that resolves my problem.

 

Just to confirm, the master branch is meant to include the 3.5 client by default and I shouldn’t need to modify the build.conf.url or anything else, correct?

 

Byron White

 

From: Michael K [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 10:12 AM


To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Follow the instructions for updating the repository but do 'git checkout master' before 'git pull'

 

There's no way I can tell you what's wrong with your conf by looking at it.  Does it work if you disable autostart and add an icon to the desktop (...ICON=on)?  If so, your network isn't coming up in time.

 

In any case, I'm more interested in contents of /var/run/applications/vmview.* which is where all the errors go.  I suppose you might find something in /tmp/vmware-root

 

On Wed, Feb 17, 2016 at 10:55 AM, Byron White <[hidden email]> wrote:

I started with a stock devastation 5.4.2 (the latest), did a basic --allmodules build and captured the drivers for my Optiplex test machine, then used the attached build.conf and thinstation.conf.buildtime to create a kiosk that boots and goes straight to a login for the View client.  The only problem I had was that I had to use VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3 to prevent the SSL check, which results in a red “warning/error” on the connection server.  If you change the SSL check to check then you experience the OpenSSL bug.

 

Byron White

Systems Administrator, ITS

University of Northern BC

<a href="tel:%28250%29%20960-5675" target="_blank">(250) 960-5675

[hidden email]

 

From: Sahar Nassif [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 8:37 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Hi Byron

 

Actually even view client 3.2 client doesn’t work

Could you please tell me the exact configuration you preformed regarding View client 3.2

Did you used #VMVIEW_PKCS11# ??

 

 

 

From: Byron White [[hidden email]]
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2016 1:52 AM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Thinstation-general] Problems getting Horizon View 3.5 client working

 

Has anyone else gotten the Horizon View 3.5 client working properly?  I have read all the available information about upgrading the vmviewpcoip package to use the vmware view client 3.5 including http://thinstation.4464.n7.nabble.com/VMWare-Horizon-View-Client-3-5-anyone-gotten-this-to-work-td25836.html.  I had the 3.2 client working perfectly for connecting from a couple of different builds including a kiosk as well as normal thinstation desktop.  The problem was the previously identified error with the SSL library when you try and have it perform the SSL check.

 

I have updated the build.conf.url to point to the new 3.5 bundle and have downloaded the michaelk vmviewpcoip package and replaced the normal one.  The package builds properly, but doesn’t seem to be seeing any of the previously working SESSION_1_VMVIEW options and won’t auto start.  Even the start menu icon fails to launch the vmware view client.  If I manually go to /bin/vmware-view and run that, the client launches properly and I have confirmed that it’s the new 3.5 version.  I can the add the connection server and connect properly, but must manually enter the server name.  In kiosk mode, it simply loads the blank desktop and nothing else.

 

I’m assuming there’s a problem with the format of my thinstation.conf.buildtime file, but I can’t seem to see *anything* that looks wrong.

 

From the desktop version:

 

AUDIO_LEVEL=90

MIC_LEVEL=0

SESSION_0_TYPE=xfwm4

SESSION_0_AUTOSTART=on

XFWM4_COMPOSITING=true

XFWM4_BRIGHTNESS="-33"

XFWM4_RED=0

XFWM4_GREEN=0

XFWM4_BLUE=0

XFWM4_START_POSITION="BOTTOM"

DESKTOP_ICON_SIZE=48

DESKTOP_FONT_SIZE=8

DESKTOP_SHOWTRASH=false

DEKSTOP_SHOWHOME=false

DESKTOP_SHOWREMOVEABLE=true

DESKTOP_SHOWFILESYSTEM=false

GTK_THEME=Xfce

XFWM4_THEME=Default

PANEL_PAGER=false

PANEL_USER=false

PANEL_REV_CLOCKSYSTRAY=true

ICONS_THEME="gnome"

ICONS_CUT_SIZES="256x256 scalable"

XTERM_CMD="xfce4-terminal"

NET_USE=BOTH

NET_USE_DHCP=on

NET_HOSTNAME=ts_*

NET_TELNETD_ENABLED=ON

TIME_ZONE=America/Los_Angeles

NET_TIME_SERVER=us.pool.ntp.org

NET_REMOTE_ACCESS_FROM="0.0.0.0"

TFTP_BLOCKSIZE=1024

BIND_MOUNT0="storage:/mnt/storage"

STORAGE_CONFIG1=/mnt/storage

USB_STORAGE_SYNC=on

LOCALE=en_US

MOUNT_0="LABEL=boot     /boot           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_1="LABEL=home     /root           auto    x-mount.mkdir,defaults  0       0"

MOUNT_2="LABEL=swap     swap            swap    defaults        0       0"

 

 

# VMWare View Global Options.                                                  

# Connect to server without waiting for the user to click connect.             

VMVIEW_AUTOCONNECT=TRUE                                                        

# Set the certificate verification mode.                                       

VMVIEW_SSLVERIFYMODE=3                                                          

# Default server to connect to if none specified.                              

VMVIEW_DEFAULTBROKER=view.domain.com                                              

# Module to use for PKCS#11.                                                    

#VMVIEW_PKCS11=.                                                               

# VMWare View Session options.                                                 

SESSION_1_TITLE="VDI"                                                           

SESSION_1_TYPE=vmview                                                          

SESSION_1_AUTOSTART=On                                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_SERVERURL=view.domain.com                                         

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_FULLSCREEN=true                                               

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NONINTERACTIVE=true                                           

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_NOMENUBAR=true                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KIOSKLOGIN=true                                              

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_ONCE=true                                                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_KEEP-WM-BINDINGS=true                                        

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_BACKGROUND=/etc/background.jpg                                

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DOMAINNAME=UNI                                                

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_DESKTOPNAME=mickey                                           

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USERNAME=                                                    

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_PASSWORD=                                                    

SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT1="disk:usb=/mnt/usbdevice/sda1".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_REDIRECT2="printer:usb='HP LaserJet 4'".                     

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB1="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_USB2="????".                                                 

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_MMRPATH=/usr/local/mmr.                                      

#SESSION_1_VMVIEW_RDESKTOPOPTIONS="-N"

 

 

Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

 

Byron White

 


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