[Seaside] Ubuntu Linux Server

Adrian Lienhard adi at netstyle.ch
Mon Sep 10 13:46:25 UTC 2007

There is a VNC client/server implemented in squeak: http:// 
www.squeaksource.com/RFB.html. Works very well.

Since we have lots of images running at the same time, to connect to  
an image, we start/stop VNC via HTTP on the selected image. Having a  
GUI can be very useful for debugging.


On Sep 10, 2007, at 15:29 , Richard Eng wrote:

> I’m thinking of hosting my Seaside app on Ubuntu Linux Server. This  
> is a
> GUI-less OS which raises a couple of questions...
> 1) I'm currently running a bit of Squeak code in a Workspace window to
> enable file-serving (and to set the WAKom port to 9090). When I  
> download the
> image to Ubuntu Linux Desktop running on my server, the image  
> "forgets" that
> I'm running on port 9090 (and probably forgets about file-serving  
> as well).
> How do I run this code on Ubuntu Linux Server without a GUI?
> 2) I also have to run a simple Seaside program to setup my database  
> for my
> Seaside app on the server machine. Without a GUI, I don't see how I  
> can get
> around this.
> Forgive these questions. Not only am I a Squeak newbie, I'm also a  
> Linux
> newbie...
> Thanks,
> Richard
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