Remotely | remote control and remote scripting solution | Frontend Framework library

 by   lucent-sea C# Version: v2021.08.26.1335 License: GPL-3.0

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Remotely is a C# library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework applications. Remotely has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

A remote control and remote scripting solution, built with .NET 5, Blazor, SignalR Core, and WebRTC. Repo is "On Pause" My family and I have recently moved into a new house. Until we've settled in and adjusted to the changes, the repo will be archived. This is for my own peace of mind, as it's rather stressful to see requests/issues come in when I don't have time to address them. Once I'm ready to resume the project, the archival will be removed.

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              Remotely has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1787 star(s) with 731 fork(s). There are 93 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 23 open issues and 256 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 5 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Remotely is v2021.08.26.1335

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              Remotely has no bugs reported.

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              Remotely has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              Remotely is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
              Strong Copyleft licenses enforce sharing, and you can use them when creating open source projects.

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              Remotely releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

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            Community Discussions


            Openocd GDB server configuration
            Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 14:29

            I am using Openocd to debug my code remotely for STM32 via Raspberry pi as detailed in this tutorial:

            Whenever I run openocd it starts gdb server on port 3333 which is default of course as shown in the picture above. My question is that, is there a way to provide a different port number for openocd to start the gdb-debugger on... For example, if I want to run openocd where i want gdb server to start on 3334 instead of 3333 how can i do that.

            I intend to do that so that i can run multiple openocd instances for different targets simultaneously connected to a single raspberry pi. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.



            Answered 2021-Jun-14 at 14:29

            OpenOcd manual explains how to select a specific port number inside the configuration file as shown in image below:



            Run query for each element in array or list
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 07:16

            I'm trying to monitor all connections that hit our databases.

            In order to do so I created this query:



            Answered 2021-Jun-11 at 07:16

            To solve the syntax error you have to create an dynamic query using a cursor:



            nodejs mysql not using full config
            Asked 2021-Jun-08 at 22:15

            First of all, I can't find any answers here and Google. I may search the wrong direction and appreciate any help.



            Answered 2021-Jun-08 at 22:15

            Check your database username and password. If it's working before then it should work now and I don't think it's related to node of any of your dependancies.

            If it's never working, then try to change your password and try again. From your example the config is used by the mysql lib so there's no reason it picks your username and password but explicitly ignores your host.



            Custom function, value from pipeline
            Asked 2021-Jun-08 at 12:21

            This a function for changing local user password on a remote machine. I'd like to make it work with a value from pipeline. This works:



            Answered 2021-Jun-08 at 12:21

            The ComputerName parameter in Set-UserPassword is not configured to accept pipeline input. Change that and it'll work:



            Do parent pom artifacts need to be remotely deployed?
            Asked 2021-Jun-06 at 10:45

            I have two projects, project A & project B.

            Project B is a multi-module project where child modules 1-3 are JARs and the parent module is of packaging type pom.



            Answered 2021-Jun-06 at 01:33

            Yes, you need to deploy parent POMs too. Without a parent POM, they cannot be read by Maven. You should deploy all modules including the parents to same place.



            First echo missing when using bash -c over SSH
            Asked 2021-Jun-04 at 18:29

            While debugging a script that runs various commands remotely, I noticed some problems getting output from echo.

            I realize that the bash -c isn't necessary here, but it still has me wondering.

            In my shell:



            Answered 2021-Jun-03 at 21:42

            The command that arrives to the server is : bash -c echo hello && echo hi

            ie without quote

            and if you run this cde locally, it produces the same output

            If you want the good result

            ssh mm 'bash -c "echo hello && echo hi"'



            Working with strings in C, strcat and the strange behavior of terminating null! (#beginner)
            Asked 2021-Jun-04 at 10:06

            I'm coming over from PHP, Ruby and JavaScript programming and I'm really finding my self at loss with C language, and in particular, regarding manipulating strings.

            Getting to the bottom of it, I want to get an input from the user and store a text file with that name; However, everything happens but that. To be exact, as far as I could figure it out on my own, it is the terminating null that translates into � character.

            Here is a standalone bug example:



            Answered 2021-Jun-04 at 10:06

            char filename[8]; does not initialize the array, so there is no guarantee that it contains any zero bytes. You must initialize array to zero by using = {} or = "".

            Also, 4 bytes is not enough to store ".txt" or "2020". You need 5 bytes so that you can also store the terminator, so char frmt[5] = ".txt";.



            After Establishing a Remote-ssh connection to the server, it appears the vscode-server does not finish the installation
            Asked 2021-Jun-02 at 17:49

            I am using the Remote-ssh extension with VS Code (Insiders) to connect to an AWS Linux server. This connection is authenticated with a SSH key stored on my local machine. After I connect, a terminal titled "install" is opened and the following is the output:



            Answered 2021-Jun-02 at 17:45

            The "Extensions want to make changes" part does not seem linked to microsoft/vscode-remote-release, but is more a VSCode warning, as shown in microsoft/vscode issue 108940, still opened in issue 96699.

            Closing the install terminal does not terminate the session, but check settings, as seen in the "Troubleshooting hanging or failing connections": something like "remote.SSH.showLoginTerminal" could have bearing on what you see.

            The OP Charles Williams confirms having set "remote.SSH.showLoginTerminal" to false, which seems to resolve (or hide?) the issue.



            CLion IDE does not resolve header files when use remote host
            Asked 2021-Jun-02 at 09:10

            I use CLion IDE for a small TensorRT project. The project and related libraries (Cuda, TensorRT) are both located on a ssh server. One version of the project is cloned from the server and run locally. I managed to sync project between the server and local and build the project successfully (using command line cmake and make). One problem is CLion can not resolve header files (that are located remotely, for example NvInfer.h in TensorRT libraries), therefore code auto completion also does not work. I have tried flowing workarounds:

            1. Include path to the header files to CMakeLists.txt by using include_directories()

            2. Tool -> Resync with remote hosts.

            3. Create toolchain and map remote host like in CLion official guide.

            4. I also referred to this question and other similar questions but it still does not work.

            If you have successfully setup CLion for remote development, please help me. Thank you for reading.

            More information:

            A few days ago. I found that the header files are silently installed in .cache/JetBrains/CLion2020.3/.remote/MyHostName_PortNumber/usr/include/x86_64-linux-gnu/the_header_files.h. But now their aren't. How can i make CLion to install them again.



            Answered 2021-Mar-24 at 05:07

            I have just found the answer. The reason is CLion does not install header files to local because I am using a cmake version that is not supported by CLion. I uninstall cmake on the ssh server and reinstall it with CLion-supported version (3.17.1). Thank you!



            Problem with LiveData observer changing rather than staying the same
            Asked 2021-May-31 at 15:26

            I have a problems with a RecyclerView linked to LiveData. The RecyclerView content goes back up all the way to the top every time there is an update.

            Apparently the problem lies in the way I created the adapter, as the Observer changes every time. Or so I understood. That observer is stuck inside a lambda, which is one of the many things I am still very remotely familiar with.

            This is where the problem lies, apparently:



            Answered 2021-Feb-05 at 02:07

            you should have an internal function in adapter for setting value and notify the adapter. And also, DONT set your adapter in LiveData observer.

            You should consider this architecture.



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            No vulnerabilities reported

            Install Remotely

            Before attempting installation, verify that your domain name is resolving to your server's IP address. For example, I can use the command ping and see the IP address to which it resolves.
            Find and download the Remotely_Server_Installer[.exe] CLI tool for the latest release on the Releases page. You will run it on the server where you'll be hosting Remotely. You need to run it with elevation (e.g. sudo or "Run as admin"). Use --help argument to see all the command line arguments. If values are provided for all arguments, it will run non-interactive. You can choose between installing the pre-built release package, or entering GitHub credentials to build and install a customized server. The pre-built package will not have your server's URL embedded in the clients. End users will need to enter it manually.
            If you want to use the pre-built package, run the installer now, and you're done! Otherwise, follow the below steps for setting up the GitHub Actions integration, then run the installer afterward.
            Fork the repo if you haven't already. If you've already forked the repo and haven't updated your fork recently, you'll need to do so first. You can use the following commands to pull the latest changes, merge them, and push them back up to your repo (git required). Make sure to replace {your-username} with your GitHub username. This example assumes you've added your SSH key to your GitHub account. git clone{your-username}/remotely cd ./remotely git remote add upstream git pull upstream master git push origin master
            Go to the Actions tab in your forked repo and make sure you can see the Build workflows. Before you can use Actions for the first time, there will be prompt that you must accept on this page.
            Create a Personal Access Token that the installer will use to authorize with GitHub. Located here: It needs to have the repo scope. Save the PAT when it's displayed. It will only be shown once.
            By default, the server will be built from the author's repo. If you want to build from your fork, comment out the repository line in Build.yml (in your repo). There's a comment in the file that points out the line.
            Now run the installer, as described above.
            In the site's content directory, make a copy of the appsettings.json file and name it appsettings.Production.json. The server will use this new file for reading/writing its settings, and it won't be overwritten by future ugprades.
            If using Caddy, a TLS cert will be installed automatically. When installling on Nginx, the script will use Certbot and prompt you to install a cert. For Windows IIS, you'll need to use a separate program that integrates with Let's Encrypt. Resources:
            By default, SQLite is used for the database. The "Remotely.db" database file is automatically created in the root folder of your site. You can browse and modify the contents using DB Browser for SQLite.
            Create your account by clicking the Register button on the main page. This account will be both the server admin and organization admin. An organization is automatically created for the account. Organizations are used to group together users, devices, and other data items into a single pool. By default, only one organization can exist on a server. The Register button will disappear. People will no longer be able to create accounts on their own. To allow self-registration, increase the MaxOrganizationCount or set it to -1 (see Configuration section).
            The following steps will configure your Windows 10 machine for building the Remotely server and clients.
            Install Visual Studio 2019. Link: You should have the following Workloads selected: ASP.NET and web development .NET desktop development .NET Core cross-platform development You should have the following Individual Components selected: .NET SDK (latest version). MSBuild (which auto-selects Roslyn compilers). NuGet targets and build tasks. .NET Framework 4.8 SDK. For debugging and development, you'll need all relevant workloads.
            Install Git for Windows. Link:
            Install the latest LTS Node: Link:
            Clone the git repository: git clone
            When debugging, the agent will use a pre-defined device ID and connect to https://localhost:5001.
            In development environment, the server will assign all connecting agents to the first organization.
            The above two allow you to debug the agent and server together, and see your device in the list.


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