[Spice-devel] Announcing spice-xpi 2.5
bitman.zhou at sinobot.com.cn
Fri Jun 10 00:04:43 PDT 2011
Here is an example html:
<title>SPICE Plugin Test</title>
var ip = String("192.168.96.111");
var port = String("5901");
var passwd = String("pass at 321");
var pluginobj = document.embeds;
pluginobj.hostIP = ip;
pluginobj.port = port;
pluginobj.Password = passwd;
pluginobj.fullScreen = true;
pluginobj.UsbListenPort = 0;
<button onclick='connectvm()'>connect to VM</button>
If the plugin is working correctly, a click on the button
should open spice client.
I also verified this plugin works well with Google Chrome browser, at
least on my Ubuntu 11.04 x86_64 system.
在 2011-06-10五的 08:55 +0200，Hans de Goede写道：
> On 06/10/2011 12:27 AM, Scott Dowdle wrote:
> > Peter,
> > ----- Original Message -----
> >> I am glad to announce the first public free open source software release
> >> of the spice-xpi. To download the source tarballs, visit the page
> >> http://www.spice-space.org/download.html
> > The description of spice-xpi on that page says:
> > "Spice-XPI plugin for mozilla plugin compatible browsers. This is used for launching the spice client from the RHEV-M user portal."
> > I would assume that the URL one clicks on in the RHEV-M user portal contains the same basic info that spicec would use to connect to a remote KVM VM via SPICE... host, port, password, and cert? If so, is there some documentation somewhere that specifies how one constructs the URL? I don't currently have access to RHEV for Desktops to see what the URLs look like.
> > I know the source code to spice-xpi is the ultimate documentation... and I looked at the contents of the .tar.gz file... for the various documentation that might be included with the source. I didn't find much info... and I'm not programmer-ish enough to look directly at the source to piece the info together.
> I'm afraid that I'm not familiar enough with the exact usage to answer
> this thoroughly. How the plugin basically works is
> that you embed it, then through js on the object you
> set a number of properties (which can include ssl certs)
> and then you tell it to connect, and it will then
> start the spice-client (currently it uses spicec not one
> of the spice-gtk based clients) and pass in all needed /
> provided info.
> Perhaps someone else can provide a more thorough answer ...
> If someone figures this out on his own, please write a short
> text about this, so we can include it with the next release
> of the XPI and put it on the wiki.
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