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Linux client shows "Session Time Remaining" == "0s" which is bogus - fine on Windows...

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Linux client shows "Session Time Remaining" == "0s" which is bogus - fine on Windows...

Hi,

 

Using the Linux client (Pulse Version: 9.1R2(69)) I see "Session Time Remaining" stuck at "0s" ( See a screenshot at https://i.imgur.com/sJyI1Ft.png ). The Windows client does not have this problem. See screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/YNReO7b.png )

 

That, paired with the session terminating is painful.

 

Is there any way to see the Session Time Remaining information on Linux?

 

Also, is there a way to extend the session, which I understand should be possible somehow?

 

Using Linux client (Pulse Version: 9.1R2(69)) on a fully upgraded Ubuntu 18.04 running XFCE.

 

Peter

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Re: Linux client shows "Session Time Remaining" == "0s" which is bogus - fine on

HI,

 

Just an information:

 

Also using the same Pulse version in Fedora 30 (upgrading since 26) and it shows the time remmaing.