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PCoIP Graphics Agent 2.9.0 for Linux Release Notes (15134-3153)

Release Overview

PCoIP Graphics Agent 2.9.0 for Linux consolidates a number of new features and updates.

These release notes provide a summary of key feature additions, compatibility notes, resolved issues, and known issues for this release.

What's New in This Release

PCoIP Graphics Agent 2.9.0 for Linux includes the following new features and updates:

Simplified license management including ability to review the remaining subscription time

You can now query the remaining time in your subscription license through a command line tool.

Improved PCoIP client connection time

The latest release supports a faster establishment of PCoIP connections.

Important Notes and Requirements

  • PCoIP Graphics Agent 2.9.0 for Linux requires a software activation code. If you are new to the Platform, request an activation code for a full evaluation.

  • Linux PCoIP agents are not currently compatible with RHEL 7.4.

  • Review Teradici Cloud Access Platform 2.9 for information regarding downloads and component versions for this release of the Teradici Platform.

  • When reporting issues to Teradici, be sure to run the pcoip-support-bundler and include the output it generates.

Release Downloads

The Linux Graphics Agent is available through the apt (Ubuntu) or yum (RHEL) command line utility. Refer to Installing Graphics Agent for Ubuntu (KB 15134-3144) or Installing Graphics Agent for RHEL (KB 15134-3145) for further information.

Related Documents and Software

Release History

VersionDateDescription
2.9.0 July 2017 General availability release

Compatibility 

For compatibility details, refer to Linux system requirements in the administrators' guide.

Known Issues

Session establishment may fail when more than one monitor is present

Session establishment may fail with vGPU profiles utilizing 512 Mbytes of frame buffer when more than one monitor is present. (57936)

Workaround: Reduce the number of monitors, or change the vGPU profile to increase the frame buffer memory.

Rotation of a 1680x1050 display will fail

A PCoIP session will not be established when a 1680x1050 (or any resolution that has a height that is not a multiple of 4) display is rotated. (55894)

Workaround: Do not rotate the monitor.

No audio with Linux agent when pulseaudio is run as a system daemon

There is no audio output when pulseaudio is run as a system daemon. (50710)

Workaround: Switch the daemon to run in per-user mode, which is the default.

Black screens when using NVIDIA drivers from R367 branch with K Series cards on RHEL 7.2

Black screens occur when using NVIDIA drivers from R367 branch with K Series cards on RHEL 7.2. (50038)

Workaround: NVIDIA driver 367.* for Linux Ubuntu or RHEL 7.2 will require an update to the hypervisor's VBIOS to the following versions:GRID K1: 80.07.AF.00.00 or higherGRID K2: 80:04:BA:00.00 or higher

User gets prompted for credentials at lock screen

If a user enables the Linux lock screen, they will be required to enter their credentials twice when reconnecting their PCoIP session: once to connect to the desktop, second to unlock the screen. (45208)

Too many taskbars created on first login to KDE

On the very first login (when the .kde directory gets populated), four taskbars are created. With a single monitor, all four will collapse on top of each other on the one display. (22062)

Workaround: Manually delete the undesired taskbars.

Resolved Issues

CPU usage no longer increases with video content

Previously, PCoIP server process consumed an increased amount of CPU when the screen content contained video or other frequently changing content. This issue has been fixed. (62507)

Non-zero PCI domain is now supported by PCoIP Graphics Agent for Linux

PCoIP Graphics Agent for Linux now works if your adaptor has a non-zero PCI domain. (61382)

High-resolution monitors are no longer treated as analog displays

Previously, the extended EDID information passed by the displays of high-resolution monitors such as 4K UHD was handled incorrectly, resulting in monitor display being set as analog. This limited available resolutions, causing issues such as black bars small windows, and impacted PCoIP performance. This issue is now fixed. (59517)

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  • Topic #: 15134-3153
  • Date Created: 05/08/2017
  • Last Modified Since: 08/02/2017
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