On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 04:08:41 PM Adam Young wrote:
It looks like a couple of projects are interested in using the noVNC
viewer as a way of talking to machines from a web browser. I've made a
first stab at packageing them, and, in doing so, learned a little bit.
The noVNC code is designed around a proxy that, under the Debian deploy,
lives in /usr/share/noVNC/utils/. This directory contains shell
scripts, a shared object complete with Makefile, and lots of python
code. Needless to say, it does not match Fedora packaging standards.
OpenNebula optionally uses noVNC but it downloads it with a script to /tmp
and creates a symlink to /usr/share/one/noVNC vs packaging it. So I wonder how
this would work in packaging.