Friday, May 27, 2011
When I started working on extending the SUSE Studio API to support SUSE Gallery, I developed a desktop client at the same time as a testbed. It's been a bit neglected over the last 6 months, as my primary after-work project takes up a lot of my time, but it's usable nonetheless. In an effort to motivate me to work on it again, and to find other contributors, I'm happy to announce the SUSE Gallery client: With the Gallery client, you can browse, search, view details, download, write to a CD or USB key, or execute the image directly in a virtual machine. There's rudimentary support for connecting to Testdrive, but the built-in VNC client isn't very reliable , so don't be surprised if it doesn't work. Packages have been built for openSUSE and Fedora, but it should compile on any platform that Qt and LibVNCViewer support (including Windows and Mac). And of course, contributions and bug reports are most welcome!
Posted by Matt Barringer at 11:59 AM