Add html5 spice client alongside with vnc
|Target version:||Release 4.6|
A very useful feature is the ability to open an html5 vnc console directly from sunstone; however, this works only if the display is set to VNC.
A simple but reasonably complete html5 implementation of spice exist, however, and uses the same websockify approach currently used by vnc; the source code and context is available here: http://www.spice-space.org/page/Html5
I would suggest that it may be a valuable addition to sunstone; eventually, I would go and suggest that the icon of the console can have a little "vnc" or "sp" embedded to graphically show the different protocol used.
#2 Updated by Daniel Dehennin over 6 years ago
Making test for virtual desktop solution show me the limitation of actual SPICE implementation.
Setting the SPICE
IP:port avoid having “1 template to rules them all”:
- 1 template to spawn a client
- a user access the VM display, login and get his
$HOMEfrom network (typically NFS)
NB: this looks like a duplicate of #1711 ;-)