Package Details: unified-remote-server

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Package Base: unified-remote-server
Description: Unified Remote Server
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Keywords: remote
Licenses: Freeware
Submitter: Peace4all
Maintainer: blackhole
Last Packager: blackhole
Votes: 51
Popularity: 0.70
First Submitted: 2014-04-30 19:18
Last Updated: 2021-03-09 16:04

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storbake commented on 2021-07-20 01:05

I'm having a tough time getting this to start correctly and stay working. On first launch if set to autostart in anyway, whether it be the autostart in ~/.config/autostart, or via systemd, it crashes on first connection. The whole thing will issue a coredump. If I start it manually via "/opt/urserver/urserver --damon" or calling the urserver-start script, it will always crash on first connection.

The only way I've got the server to start and stay running is to use systemd, but stop and start it after the system is online. If I don't stop and start it, it will crash on first connection. It also works to just select restart server on the web page. I also noticed the web interface will say it didn't detect a LAN address on first start, but after restarting it's fine.

Any ideas?

mane.andrea commented on 2021-01-02 10:25

No I can't ping my IP address, but I can ssh to it and I see it reachable with ip neigh. So weird.

blackhole commented on 2021-01-02 10:12

You can install an Android console on phone, for example Termux.

Try to ping the server.

If not working, you have some configuration problem on phone

mane.andrea commented on 2021-01-02 09:57

Thanks for taking the time. They are both in the same network (although the PC is wired and the smartphone is WiFi) and both are 192.168.1.x. I have tried to disable/enable WiFi and also turning on and off the router.

I have connectivity on both but, for some reason, I cannot ping to and from the cellphone. I actually can't ping anything from the smartphone, not even, so probably that's another issue.

On the other hand it works normally on Windows, even if I can't ping, and Windows is on the same machine but as a different boot.

blackhole commented on 2021-01-02 09:48

Just now I was testing on Xiaomi Mi 10.

Some smartphone disable WiFi after some time on standby

Try to disable/re-enable Wifi

Be sure that server and smartphone are in the same network, for example 192.168.1.x

Personally I have both server and smartphone on static IP, that is recommended in this case

mane.andrea commented on 2021-01-02 09:44

Last error:

"WiFi connection problem. Unable to send to broadcast.:sendto failed:EPERM (operation not permitted)"

But after reset it says just "WiFi connection problem."

I doesn't find the server on the list, I had to add it manually.

blackhole commented on 2021-01-02 09:32

You should start it as user with

/opt/urserver/urserver --daemon

On smartphone


Enable Auto-Update servers on smartphone app


See what error do you have (Last error)

Force disconnect -> Clear cache -> Force connect


Delete all servers and select the right one from found servers

mane.andrea commented on 2021-01-02 09:21

Yes, it is.

blackhole commented on 2020-12-31 17:00

The version on the smartphone is updated?

mane.andrea commented on 2020-12-31 16:58

I'm having some trouble making it work. The server starts fine, both as a systemd service and by launching the command. The localhost page loads and it says that the server is running. (Except for the bluetooth but I don't need it.)

However my cell phone can't connect to it. I have checked that port 9512 is listening and my router is letting it through because I have used it successfully on another system in the same network.

Any ideas for troubleshooting?