The Gray Screen of Despair

The easiest way to connect to a computer running Linux remotely from a Windows machine is to use xrdp.   It works flawlessly to connect to a PC running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.  However, after upgrading to a newer distribution, an xsession bug appears, resulting in a blank Gray Screen of Despair after attempting to log in remotely.   After scouring the Internet, I found an easy solution, replace gnome with xfce4.   Follow these easy instructions to eradicate the Grey Screen of Despair from your life.

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