Package Details: parsec-bin 150_28-3

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Package Base: parsec-bin
Description: Remotely connect to a gaming pc for a low latency remote computing experience
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Keywords: parsec remote streaming
Licenses: custom
Provides: parsec
Submitter: sdellysse
Maintainer: tadly
Last Packager: tadly
Votes: 29
Popularity: 1.49
First Submitted: 2017-08-10 02:44
Last Updated: 2020-07-24 08:50

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tadly commented on 2020-06-10 06:09

!!! Please do NOT flag the package out of date just because a new version has been release. !!!

Parsec self-updates and as long as the package still installs (no sha256 mismatch), there is no reason to update it in the AUR as the .deb actually is an older version.

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rolimans commented on 2019-01-08 16:14

No matter if I try the daemon or the CLI version it always gives me " [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.daemon_join [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_cfg_get [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_get_binary_info [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_whitelist_get [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_get_runtime_info [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_server_get_clients [2019-01-08 11:07:53 D] CMD.app_approve_get_pending [2019-01-08 11:08:11 D] CMD.app_cfg_get [2019-01-08 11:08:12 D] CMD.app_get_binary_info [2019-01-08 11:08:12 D] CMD.app_get_binary_info [2019-01-08 11:08:18 D] CLI.server_id = 2611006 [2019-01-08 11:08:18 D] CMD.app_client [2019-01-08 11:08:19 D] = BUD|::ffff:|8000 [2019-01-08 11:08:19 D] CLI.client_x = 1920 [2019-01-08 11:08:19 D] CLI.client_y = 1080 [2019-01-08 11:08:19 D] CLI.renderer = opengl Maximum number of clients reachedFloating point exception (core dumped) "

tadly commented on 2019-01-07 07:13

@thisischrys check your ~/.parsec folder.
As of writing this, you should have If you don't then start parsec as app-daemon (I still suspect this is the only way of updating the binary but I'm not sure).

To do this run /usr/bin/parsecd app_daemon=1.

If you already have the latest binary and it still doesn't work, you have to be more specific on the issue you're having.

thisischrys commented on 2019-01-06 23:52

Any got this working again? I tried a clean install, still no go.

salsadoom commented on 2018-12-01 19:43

Yeah the daemon just doesn't seem to work, the webpage insists the daemon isn't running but from what I can tell it is working just fine. It seems to be communicating with the webpage, but it refuses to let me host. I don't see any errors of any kind on my end so... who knows.

Modelmat commented on 2018-10-21 04:33

The systemd service doesn't work for me, I have to add the line Environment=TERM=xterm-256colors to the script for it to work.

E5ten commented on 2018-10-17 11:37

It doesn't seem that linux got that update, as the most recent deb from their website is still 147-9 sadly. EDIT: Nevermind, it's just that we received the update through that autoupdating, there is no new deb.

tadly commented on 2018-10-17 08:47

So, parsec is doing weird stuff where it self-updates without any notice (only through a running daemon I think, not sure though).
That IMO sucks bigtime but can't be helped.

Now... From what I can tell, the whole /usr/share/parsec directory can be omitted as the appdata.json and parsecd-<version>.so exist in ~/.parsec/.
Those are the ones getting self-updated.

Finally, 148-1 is the most recent version so a bump is in order :)

Enelar commented on 2018-09-25 17:44

I've got -6, -6023, -17001 issues with no luck

kachunkachunk commented on 2018-09-19 00:28

Edit: Had a redundant response that tadly and test0 already shared from 08/16 and 08/17, so here's a better comment and content. Someone more versed could suggest a better service file, though.

1) Create a systemd service file in /usr/lib/systemd/user/parsecd.service - working content example: (updated 09/22 with a network-online dependency).

2) Reload systemd with sudo systemctl daemon-reload (you may need to do systemctl --user daemon-reload as well, if you're making changes/updates).

3) Enable the newly-created user service: systemctl --user enable parsecd.service

4) Start the user service: systemctl --user start parsecd.service

5) Confirm your daemon can communicate with the interface.

ky7pxrp2 commented on 2018-08-18 01:50

Can connect but only receiving audio--no video. i7-8550U/UHD 620 with libva-intel-driver installed. Any suggestions?