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[virt-tools-list] Re: Feature requests for virt-viewer windows port



The 26/08/13, Fernando Lozano wrote:
> Hi there,
> 
> I apreciate very much the hard work from red hat/fedora developers on 
> this, spice looks amazing (defintely much better than vnc) but when you 
> have easy to use graphical admin tools for proprietary hypervisors (and 
> the now open-sourced XenServer) managing a KVM/RHEV host is very hard.
> 
> At least, the virt-viewer (remote-viewer) port should either embed a ssh 
> client or use an external putty under the covers (like Xming does), and 
> work with both ssh keys and password auth directly from the connection 
> dialog (which today is non-existant, just "type a URL")
> 
> And it should be able to get the spice TCP port from libvirtd, instead 
> of having the user find and provide the correct port on the host for the 
> desired guest. It should be smart enough to setup a ssh tunnel if needed 
> or ask for tls certificates if it can't find them.

Don't know your detailed requirements but to mention a web UI
like Archipel might do what you want.
http://archipelproject.tumblr.com/

-- 
Nicolas Sebrecht


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