On 07/13/2010 02:54 PM, Rich Megginson wrote:
Jonathan Boulle wrote:
> Is there a suggested/common way to work around it?
Not that I know of. Does vnc help? Suggestions are welcome.
I'll have a think about it, it's going to move down the priority list
now though. Just from my hazy memories of RH423 I'd thought it was
reasonably easily to achieve.
> Or do people using the Console usually just run it locally?
It is designed to be run locally. That's why we have a standalone
console package and a Windows console package.
Point taken. Still a bit crap that X forwarding, Swing, et al don't play
> I would like to be able to have a common access point for the
console (and preferably without having to install X, VNC, etc)
What you really want is a web based application, not the java console.
Basically, yes. I've found DSGW a bit limited, but will try bash it into
shape for our needs.
Thinking out loud, maybe some kind of publishing of the Java console
through a web interface as well.
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