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<font face="Verdana">Any determination on how to proceed forward
with this? The way it stands building the VNC extension pack
stops the normal build. From what I see it looks like 0.9.9 is
going to be a requirement but that pkg is not native to any stable
build I have. <br>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 09/10/2012 07:00 AM, Frank Mehnert
On Wednesday 05 September 2012 20:55:36 Oliver Loch wrote:
<pre wrap="">I installed 12.04 in a VM and checked the headers. It's as Klaus said, the
rfb.h file defines IPv6 support that is not there.
I got the source from Ubuntu and the main source from sourceforge and both
are defining LIBVNCSERVER_IPv6 even if it is not there.
Maybe we should check if LIBVNCSERVER_IPv6 is defined and if
LIBVNCSERVER_PACKAGE_VERSION >= 0.9.9
Yes, such a check is required but such a check is quite difficult
(LIBVNCSERVER_PACKAGE_VERSION is a string). I wonder how a software
is supposed to detect the interface version of that package.
<pre wrap="">Seems to be a bug in libvncserver. Sorry.
@Klaus: what other issues did the patch create?
For instance, the patch uses a Windows function which is Windows 2000+.
Our Guest Additions do also support Windows NT4, therefore we did the
quick hack and disabled the runtime change for Windows hosts.
There were several other issues and some of them were fixed. See the
current SVN for more details, for example on how to use RTStrCopy().
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