I would say you should work on getting nxproxy working on Android, before
bothering with PulseAudio. But you should start with getting an X-server
and SSH with X forwarding running. Somebody recently posted a link to a
(somewhat?) working X-server for Android. You could probably start there
and try adding SSH to the mix.
2013/9/21 Nable 80
> Do you have working `ssh -X' (ssh-client + X11 forwarding via ssh) on
> Android (I don't have such devices and never interested about software
> for it) ? Try searching for this if you don't have it already. If you
> have this, then I think that you can make at least graphics forwarding
> working rather easily. Next stage then would be to port pulseaudio to
> Android (if they don't have working port already).
> Btw, if someone ports x2goclient to android, I can finally think about
> moving one rather huge project to x2go from xrdp.
> 2013/9/20, Lucian Apetre :
> > Hello,
> > I am interested in porting the x2go client to Android, so I wanted to
> > first what are the dependencies, what is done so far, maybe i will
> > working on an already done version instead of working from scraps.
> > Maybe someone who tried to work on this task have some directions for
> > Thank you
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Anders Bruun Olsen
Det Danske Sprog- og Litteraturselskab
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