-headless and blocking users from modifying things
marcel at metaobject.com
Mon Aug 26 17:00:54 UTC 2002
On Friday, August 2, 2002, at 04:33 Uhr, Rob Whitfield wrote:
> I have a server app that I run with the -headless command line option.
> The problem is that on NT (at least) this results in teh squeak icon
> being placed in the system tray. If the user clicks the icon in the
> system tray then squak expands, exposing the user to the whole squeak
> UI. Is there a way to lock users out from doing ANYTHING in the
> squeak UI? Password protection perhaps?
> If there is nothing straightforward that can be done I may need to
> build headless VMs for my various platforms (NT, Mac OSX, Mac OS9).
CocoaSqueak can be built without the UI classes, resulting in a pure
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