[pve-devel] Proxmox compatible Android client (Opaque) available for beta testing

Dietmar Maurer dietmar at proxmox.com
Thu Dec 12 06:33:53 CET 2013


> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 3:52 PM, Eric Blevins <eric at netwalk.com> wrote:
> 3) Obtain a .vv file for a VM, and tap it to "open" it. Opaque will launch
> automatically and use the .vv file. I've tested Firefox and UCBrowser with oVirt,
> and they can download the .vv files from there and open them with one tap or
> with a swipe of the notification area and a tap.
> Here is where I run into problems
> The file downloaded from Proxmox but is named "spiceproxy" not
> "spiceproxy.vv"
> 
> This is an actual problem. Can somebody from the Proxmox developers say
> whether it can be addressed? How is the browser/OS supposed to know which
> application to use to open the file? Would you consider adding a .vv extension
> to it?
>

We just set the content type to 'application/x-virt-viewer'. The file name is choosen by the
browser.

On the normal desktop, each content-type is associated with a primary extension.




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