Custom HTML screen
Mon Oct 14 22:35:01 2002
Yah, get the source and make it how you want it. Then compile it. I think on
unix you can just modify the html, but in windows vnc its in the vncserver
executable. Or maybe you can use a bin/hex editor to do it; I'm not sure.
Or better yet go to: http://machine:port and view and save the source (them
modify). Then enter: http://machine:port/vncviewer.jar and serve both with a
regulat web server, but the vncserver and webserver must be on the same
machine (or at lease appear to be: i.e. outside ip with ports being
forwarded). This way you can even server the vncviewer port 80 or whatever.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Norwood" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 6:53 AM
Subject: Custom HTML screen
> Does anybody have a patch that will take an HTML screen as input and
> it rather than the VNC intro screen that's hardcoded into it?
> David Norwood
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