I am able to install Xrdp on my Jetson Nano and have no problem connecting from Remote Desktop. However when I connect through Remote Desktop it’s a different profile (Just the Ubuntu profile) from booting directly with a monitor connected. I am wondering if I can connect from Remote Desktop and have the same profile just like booting with a monitor. If not how do I change the power mode from remote session?
I can’t answer the Xrdp part, but you can change power model on command line via “
nvpmodel”. Max power level is “
sudo nvpmodel -m 0”. I don’t know what each model has for specifics when not using max power mode, but you can look at this file for (A) a default, and (B) other mode information:
(note that “
t210” is a reference to the SoC used on the Nano…other variations of this are different Jetsons)
Also note that the command line of “
nvpmodel” has a lot of useful options for setting or displaying information. See “
Although I can’t help with Xrdp, understand that how you start X changes what configuration files it loads. Starting X locally likely uses different config files versus starting X remotely. I don’t know how to tell it to use the normal “local login” configs, but if that can be done, then it should start the same as a “regular” (local) login.
Thanks a lot, I think that’s a good direction.
Thanks for pointing to a good direction. After looking for how to change XRDP desktop environment online below works for my Jetson Nano 2gb that uses LXDE as local desktop environment.
sudo vim /etc/xrdp/startwm.sh
Then comment out lines below
#test -x /etc/X11/Xsession && exec /etc/X11/Xsession #exec /bin/sh /etc/X11/Xsession
At last add startlxde to let remote session to use local desktop environment.
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