I'm developing jhttptunnel and, in these days, I have been trying to port it to MIDP platform.
Today, I applied this hack to J2ME VNC and it seems
that it works on MIDP emulator included in Wireless Toolkit 2.2. I want to know if it really works on real devices. If you are interested in this hack, please try it on your devices and write email@example.com the feedback.
To try this stuff, apply the patch and comiple
the J2ME VNC source code with JHttpTunnel 0.0.3. Before starting this midlet, you have to
run 'hts -F vncserver:590X' on the remote. The 'hts' command is from HttpTunnel 3.0.5 with some patch. For your conveniences, there are jad and jar files on .
Great stuff! :)
If your ever in London, give me a shout, and I'll buy you a pint :)
Looking over the .jad file, it seams to require MIDP2. Where does this requirement come from, and can it be removed?
Looking over the httptunnel, I can't work out if it requires a pernamently open connection to the J2ME client.
I'm going to have to look into rewriting my build script cos of you, add conditional building of SSH & httptunnelling. :D
> Looking over the .jad file, it seams to require
> MIDP2. Where does this requirement come from,
> and can it be removed?
Ok, I have changed the Target platform as 'MIDP1.0'
and recompiled it without any errors. It seems it works. I have updated jar and jad files on http://www.jcraft.com/jhttptunnel/ .
Hi, I can conferm that it works on a real device (yeay!) namely my Sendo M570. I think it was a little slower than socket, but it worked. It also took quite some time to exit, but I think this is actually down to me. I've put it into the CVS.
Thank you for feedback!
> Hi, I can conferm that it works on a real device
> (yeay!) namely my Sendo M570.
Which network operator are you using?
I'm interested in if there exist operators who reject to run jhttptunnel.
I'm using Vodafone UK.
I'm running the Sony Ericsson T637 and I get this error:
When I get this error all I can do is click Ok and then it returns me to the main screen, so I can't upload the log. If I run Log instead of connect it says "NOT STARTED TO LO" at the top and gives me just a blank screen. If I hit "More" I can Upload but as soon as I click Upload it says "Application error." on my device and then closes the program. That doesn't really bother me it's just that I can't upload the log for diagnosing.
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i tried it on Nokia 3200 (MIDP 1.0)
i got the error :
- java.io.IOException: g: java.io.IOException
got the same here with Nokia 3120 (S40, MIDP1)
same on t610
I tried the new version on my T610
set up hts on the same server vncserver is running on:
hts -F 127.0.0.1:5905 7305
then set the midlet's httpproxy to
I'm not so sure why I still have to set a host in the midlet's config (since it's already set in the hts command) but tried both myserver:5 and 127.0.0.1:5.
When I hit connect, the progress bar goes slowly up to 100% and the log sais
Connecting Use HTTP Socket
Creating VNC Canvas 9 8
after that nothing happens.
PS: It seems The attribute "use Http proxy" is not saved into RMS. After a midlet restart and a connect to the server, "socket://..." is used again.
hello it is good
I am trying to find a VNC client for my verizon 7750 Blackberry.
Am I in the right place?
Hi, I'm looking for a client that will work on my Nokia 6630 through a standard prepay internet connection and connect to my network servers using VNC. I'm a complete newbie when it comes to software (other than using it) and I'm a bit stuck with the directions on this. Does anyone have a complete jar that I can download and will work as installed?
Help on this would be greatly appreciated.
* 'hts -F 127.0.0.1:5905 7305' should be
'hts -F 127.0.0.1:5905' or 'hts -F 127.0.0.1:5905 8888'
Why should I be forced to use port 8888? I don't think this is a necessity since I use port 7305 both on the httptunnel-server and in the midlet's http-proxy settings
* check 'jhttptunnel'
* you don't have to set midlet's httpproxy .
Isn't this the same?!? I only have the possibility to set a http-proxy which I assume to be the tunneling-server. There is no "jhttptunnel" setting in my midlet. Seems I used an old version?!?
Will report back here once get the chance to test some more...
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