Initially, when I try to log in to my ubuntu machine (version 12.10) using RDP, I would get an ubuntu desktop background, with no text, menu bars, or anything to indicate it loaded the desktop.
I went through the following instructions that claimed to fix that issue:
.Xsession file to add the following line:
but it caused the following error:
Failed to load session "ubuntu-2d
and it only allows me to log out.
So now, my question is:
How to I log in to my Ubuntu Desktop using XRDP in a foolproof fashion. I can successfully SSH in to the command line, so do I need to install another window manager? Do I need to reset some settings?