It isn´t a matter of missing libraries, I´ḿ just asking how to integrate RDP into Remmina; leaving them separate and activating them in turn works -- up to a point. Windows reports no audio devices installed once the connection is established. If they can be combined, the result should be a bundle for all desktops running 5.0rc1, as far as I know -- if thereś something xfce-specific above, I don´t know what it is.
Package gstreamer-base-1.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path.
Perhaps you should add the directory containing `gstreamer-base-1.0.pc'
to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable
No package 'gstreamer-base-1.0' found
you've compiled freerdp without gstreamer support. recompile with gstreamer present..
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Thanks, all. I obtained gstreamers and gsettings-desktop-schemas, activated them in addition to printing, and repeated the compilation -- this time, no errors appeared after "FreeRDP-2.0.0-rc4/winpr/wlog.7". I manually merged Remmina with freerdp and activated the resulting module, but RDP was missing again. I deactivated that module and activated the separate Remmina and freerdp modules in turn -- still no RDP.
Blaze, thanks for your upload -- your new module works like the one I made following ncmprhnsbl's instructions (prior to activating gstreamer and gsettings-desktop-schemas); Windows reports that no audio device is installed. I realize that the main purpose of remote connections isn't to create ad hoc media servers, but with audio redirection working, it is possible.
Is RDP for Remmina (on Slackware) still a work in progress or can audio be made to work? MS seems to have documentation about audio over RDP (prominent among the search summary: it may be subject to frequent changes).
P.S. I'm using Remmina now from Cinnamon to edit this post via my Windows 10 machine -- it reports no audio device installed.
P.P.S. I fired up XP and was able to connect via RDP; this time Windows reported that the RDP was handling the audio and the volume settings were enabled, but the device volume slider was pegged to the left and although it could be adjusted, instantly pegged left again when "Apply" was pressed. My Windows RDP clients receive audio from other Windows machines.