[Bug 1726595] Re: Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work anymore in 17.10

2017-10-26 Thread Andreas Hasenack
Interesting:
Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-1" com.jogamp.opengl.GLException: Caught 
GLException: AWT-EventQueue-1: createImpl ARB n/a but required, profile > GL2 
requested (OpenGL >= 3.1). Requested: GLProfile[GL3bc/GL3bc.sw], current: 3.0 
(Compat profile, compat[ES2], FBO, software) - 3.0 Mesa 17.2.2

So something to do with opengl over remote X11 connections. I'll switch
the bug over to wayland, and maybe add a xorg task

** Package changed: openssh (Ubuntu) => wayland (Ubuntu)

** Changed in: wayland (Ubuntu)
   Status: Incomplete => New

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Re: [Bug 1726595] Re: Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work anymore in 17.10

2017-10-25 Thread Andreas Hasenack
Ah, Java, I hadn't realised that. I have a couple a
I can try too with ssh -X.

On Oct 25, 2017 12:31, "thomas duriez" <1726...@bugs.launchpad.net>
wrote:

> I will try. For the moment I double boot 16.04 because I need to have it
> working, but I can run tests on spare time. Because I couldn't find
> problems when not running the java machine of Matlab  I will focus on
> applications relying heavily on java. If you have any suggestion it
> would help. Thanks again for your time.
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[Bug 1726595] Re: Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work anymore in 17.10

2017-10-25 Thread Andreas Hasenack
Most curious. It would be of tremendous help if you could find another
application that behaves like that, one that is opensource and part of
the ubuntu archive preferably.

DISPLAY being set to, for example, localhost:10.0, is indicating that
the X alls are going through ssh in that particular case. It's setup by
the -X parameter.

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[Bug 1726595] Re: Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work anymore in 17.10

2017-10-24 Thread Andreas Hasenack
I meant in the ssh localhost test case that you showed. But still, even
in the remote case, the "X server" would be your local machine and the X
api calls from matlab would be routed to your local X server (wayland or
xorg) through the ssh connection.

So, just to clarify, matlab works on your localhost when ssh is not
used? I.e., just opening a terminal and running "matlab" followed by the
plot command?

And if you repeat the above but first do a "ssh -X localhost", i.e., the
DISPLAY variable is something other than just ":0", then it doesn't
work?

Both scenarios above stay the same regardless if you are using wayland
or xorg in Ubuntu Artful?

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[Bug 1726595] Re: Running Matlab (R) from ssh session with X forwarding doesn't work anymore in 17.10

2017-10-24 Thread Andreas Hasenack
Are you using Wayland? If yes, can you try with plain Xorg? To switch to
xorg, logout, and on the login screen, after clicking on your name, you
will see a small gear icon. Click that to select xorg, and then continue
with the login.

** Changed in: openssh (Ubuntu)
   Status: New => Incomplete

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