that's not good enough.
I totally agree. Given my very limited (read: no programming skills) it is a start
and would waste nobody else's time other than my own and those that read my posts here on the thread.
From the Developers Guide- it appears I need to learn how to use DCEGen mentioned here: http://wiki.linuxmce.com/index.php/Developers_Guide#5._The_devices
Based on the modular design, I think my approach is correct- if I can get something static working on my core, I can then branch that into sending the same static stream to my MDs. From there, making the stream dependent on what the user chooses would just be another piece in the puzzle. I am pretty aware of my programming limitations and I think trying to builid a fully functioning plugin off the bat would lead to nothing but failure and a lot of frustration.
At any rate, searching the wiki for golden nuggets, I found this: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/C%2B%2B_Project
It describes installing dcegen and the process for creating a device template. This is the road I'm going to stumble down- so if someone knows this is the wrong road and could point me down the correct road, it would be greatly appreciated. Even confirmation that this is the correction path would be helpful.
As a side note, while my goal is to get Sirius working in LMCE, I wonder if most of what I have to learn to get there will differ greatly from the topic of this thread and, hence, warrant a new thread....