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[CLOSED] strange compass tab behaviour
#1
i was using remote desktop on win7 and when i try to use calibration button in the compass tab the rdt connection resets ..
works fine when connected to monitor via. hdmi..

jim
mare liberum
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#2
Intensive wifi data transfer increases power consumption and it could cause some connection issue. Try unplugging all devices.
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#3
It looks like pypilot_calibration does use some kind of opengl which isn't compatible to xrdp.
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#4
i tried with all devices unplugged 10 amp power supply no joy
must be what e-sailing said ..
this is a problem for headless applications....
mare liberum
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#5
(11-24-2017, 11:54 AM)jim321 Wrote: this is a problem for headless applications....
A workaround is to choose console on "Login to xrdp" instead of default sesman-Xvnc.
Or you connect with vnc-client to openplotter.local:5900.

If you don't like the default resolution, you can change it in config.txt (sudo nano /boot/config.txt) from
#framebuffer_width=1280
#framebuffer_height=720

to
framebuffer_width=1280
framebuffer_height=720
or any other resolution (it could be that a monitor isn't able to sync the resolution, but we are talking about headless mode)
framebuffer_width=1500
framebuffer_height=1000
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#6
could I mark this as solved?
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#7
i haven't tried the work around i just use a hdmi monitor so its solved for me. i only need to do it once..
mare liberum
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