Peter Marquardt wrote:
| Am 17.07.2008 um 17:00 schrieb Kevin DeKorte:
|> Even with Xembed you can't do what you want to do. Your best option
|> would be to use a remote X term via ssh.
|> Here is what a plugin could do.
|> 1. You could specify a specific mimetype (application/x-term)
|> 2. put an embed tag on your web page like
|> <embed mimetype='application/x-term' host='myhost.com
|> 3. Write a plugin that handles the mimetype
|> 4. Have the plugin read the host variable and then open an ssh
|> connection to myhost.com
|> 5. The plugin would need to grab the window that is opened and
|> embed it
|> via Xembed into the browser window, or just leave it floating on your
|> I think the mozilla sample plugin is much easier to follow in this
|> But really a shell script would be easier to maintain and easier to
| that's exactly what i had in mind... I still can't figure, why
| Christophe-Marie would want to do this.
| I only skimmed the xembed docs, but they sound enthusiastic about
| being able to embed nearly any applications output into nearly any
| other app, so i thought this might be possible.
| Peter Marquardt