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#1 2012-07-09 11:12:37

tuxbuddy
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Registered: 2012-07-09
Posts: 1

Achieving Multi-tenancy with Oneeye

Hi,

I installed oneye on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS machine. It looks promising. I have certain queries and need your suggestion on this:

1. How can we setup Multi-tenant service with oneye?
2.How shall one setup virtual desktop service for Resellers, their client/users, and/or an administrator that would handle company account?

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#2 2012-07-09 19:42:10

lars-sh
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From: near Hamburg, Germany
Registered: 2011-07-14
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Re: Achieving Multi-tenancy with Oneeye

Welcome to the oneye project smile .

  1. oneye is a multi-user system. They all have an independent environment, that gets connected through groups or the messaging board application. It's technically possible to connect the current flow of different users (or different logins of one user) together by using an intermediate system holding infomation on server-side until the next client requests it.

  2. To handle multiple oneye systems using the files of just one installation (e.g. for easier updating), it's possible to define specific user, groups and other data directions in the files "settings.php". Creating one folder per system, containing the paths of that specific system, and server-side-linking from those folders to the main installation should work.

Feel free to ask for new features and eventually bug fixes. In the end I'd like to guide you to http://oneye-project.org/commercial/ and/or http://oneye-project.org/donate/ .


Best regards,
Lars Knickrehm

The oneye project.

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