Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 206245
right click delay whien rdesktop running
Last modified: 2008-04-09 20:56:03 EDT
Description of problem:
When pressing right-click in a gnome-terminal, the dialog shows up with a delay
of about 2 minutes (maybe more, haven't timed it). This is only happening when
a rdesktop instance is also running. The problem goes away as soon as the
rdesktop instance exits.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The behavior cannot be reproduced 100%. Sometimes, and especially at the
beginning of the rdesktop session, right-click behaves ok. From some moment on
however, this behavior (the delay) occurs and it does not go away until rdesktop
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open a gnome terminal and a rdesktop session.
2. work in rdesktop for some time (this is the part which cannot be measured)
3. dialog of a right click in gnome terminal shows up with big delay (>2 minutes).
The dialog eventually shows up and does its action. For example, if I wanted to
open a link in the browser, the command succeeds in firefox, even if
gnome-terminal has been closed.
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FWIW, this bug is no longer a problem in Fedora 8.
I meant, the behavior described in the bug report is not present in F8, so I
guess it is fixed there.
thanks for the udpate