Great program here...I'm very interested in using this in our workplace. Before we buy our licenses, I'm testing using virtualhere on our Raspberry Pi Thin Clients. We use our Raspberry Pi's to rdestkop into our Virtual Workstations (running on Proxmox). Our Pi's have Raspbian on them that use LXDE. So in my /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart file I have an instruction to rdesktop into the workstation the Pi is assigned to use. I'd like to have the virtualhere server autostart on each Pi silently. I can see the instruction from your website to issue the sudo ./vhusbdpi -b instruction to start virtualhere in the background (no gui). I've tried adding this instruction to my autostart file but it doesn't start virtualhere.
Please advise how I would autostart virtualhere on each of our Pi's. Please also advise if it's a good idea to use our Thin Client Pi's as also a virtualhere hub for our USB connected devices. Do you think running virtualhere and rdesktop on each Pi would be too slow or not a good idea?
Thank you in advance for any adivice you can provide.