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

i iordanov iiordanov at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 22:18:34 CET 2013


Hi Dietmar,

Since it was a very quick change to fix what I think was your problem, I've
pushed another version to Beta. Remember that I think the issue was that
Opaque registered http:// and https:// URI support for .vv files where it
was only actually supporting file:// URIs.

In v.1.1.3, Opaque no longer registers https:// URI support for .vv files.
In addition, I've added experimental http:// support for .vv files, and
http:// support for the "application/x-virt-viewer" mime type. Yes, I
realize that not having https:// support is a little useless and it may be
dropped - it's just an experiment at this point.

So, what the changes above mean is that if you try to download a .vv file
over https, Opaque will no longer launch and crash. The file will actually
be downloaded, and you can tap on it to open it with Opaque.

This is in case somebody is interested in playing with it until I have a
chance to set up a test Proxmox environment of my own.

Thanks for the feedback and help guys!
iordan




On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 11:14 AM, Dietmar Maurer <dietmar at proxmox.com>wrote:

> > I agree that if I want to support Proxmox I should have a server
> installed, but
> > that's something that may happen in the new year. I don't have any
> hardware to
> > dedicate to a server at the moment.
>
> ok
>
>


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