[Mono-list] Desktop Silverlight applicaition for Linux
abe.gillespie at gmail.com
Thu Aug 12 09:46:21 EDT 2010
As Bojun has alluded to, it seems like MultiPoint requires tight
integration with the OS's windowing engine. And for MultiPoint to
work with Linux it would have to work with X Server. It's possible it
does although I'd be quite surprised. If it doesn't support X Server
then you'd either have to implement something yourself *if* MultiPoint
has an API available or see how far you can get cobbling something
together with something like VNC. The good news is VNC is open source
so you could use that to build something completely custom.
Oh, here some more info:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_MultiPoint - looks like there's an SDK
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_Terminal_Server_Project - this is
probably your best option, IMO
On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 4:31 AM, optimus_prime <author.blogger at gmail.com> wrote:
> Initially, I had also dropped the idea about a Silverlight app on Linux but
> then I encountered this page.
> and came to know about Mono.
> I have also seen an online Multi Point app built using Silverlight. But
> still I am not sure, how it could be done or could it even be done on Linux.
> And that is what I wanted the guidance for.
> How could Multi Point be implemented in Linux? and if not, what can I do to
> make it work?
> Quitting is not an option, please help!
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