On Fri, Mar 25, 2016 at 7:50 PM, fb.dev.clx <fb.dev.clx(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you for your answer. Should it be possible, as a workaround,
get `websockify` (currently available in the `bat` bundle) in a lighter
bundle in order to use noVNC <https://kanaka.github.io/noVNC>
I've copied websockify to the os-utils-gui bundle, but it'll take a
day or two before you can grab it from there.
HTML5 Client <http://www.spice-space.org/page/Html5>
Another option could be spice-xpi plug-in for Mozilla Firefox <https://
;... What do you think?
At issue is that this would require compiling against xul, and we
don't actually compile firefox (we ship the official builds
unmodified), so in order to package and provide spice-xpi, we'd have
to build firefox.
I'm inclined to say "no thanks" to that right now :)
I did venture into vinagre's dependencies, and that seems much more
reasonable, and may perhaps also give us RDP and VNC support.