[PVE-User] Feature Request

Frank Quinn fquinn at nyx.com
Tue Sep 9 10:33:06 CEST 2008

I got around this one by installing a 32-bit browser and using the 
32-bit java plugin on the 64-bit OS...


Dietmar Maurer wrote:
>> It would be nice to have an alternative method of connecting to KVM
>> machines other than using VNC through the web browser.
> What is the suggestions? I do not know any other protocol
> Which provides all features needed. 
>> My major problem
>> is I have a 64bit OS the 64bit OS does not support Java all the way so
>> no way to manage. My current work around is using a local 32bit
> virtual
>> machine to connect up to it. 
> Nobody knows why sun does not provide/support 64bit plugins. But AFAIK 
> they will provide a plugin soon.
>> The other issue with the web based VNC is
>> that at times the mouse dose not match up with the display box making
>> it hard to click buttons.
> You just need to load the right driver (vmmouse for x11).
> - Dietmar
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