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

i iordanov iiordanov at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 15:13:32 CET 2013


Hi Dietmar,

If you would like to confirm my hypothesis, please try to *download* the
file somehow, and then tap on it. Opaque should start and work.

Cheers!
iordan


On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 9:09 AM, i iordanov <iiordanov at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Dietmar,
>
> I assume you made the server give you a .vv file? I think I know what may
> be at fault here. Opaque expects a file on the local filesystem, and the
> intent contains a URI with http:// or https:// scheme.
>
> I think I'm also able to handle mime types, but Firefox still downloads a
> file rather than launching Opaque. In the case where I handle a mime type,
> Chrome actually does launch Opaque.
>
> Cheers and thanks for all the input so far!
> iordan
>
>
>
> On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 4:43 AM, Dietmar Maurer <dietmar at proxmox.com>wrote:
>
>> > 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?
>>
>> I managed to name the file correctly, but chrome does not start the app
>> anyways.
>> Firefox seems to start opaque, but it crashes immediately (before
>> contacting the proxy).
>>
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> The conscious mind has only one thread of execution.
>



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