[Libwebsockets] libwebsocket and IE10 On windows 7

John Harrison john at h-agtec.com
Mon Dec 9 06:27:41 CET 2013


Is there some configuration parameter with Internet Explorer 10 to enable
Websockets?  MSDN claims that IE10 supports the protocol and the test site
http://jimbergman.net/websocket-web-browser-test/ says that it is supported,
but I cannot get it to work.  I have attached a screen dump of an IE10
window of the test-server.  I see test.html and leaf.jpg, so HTML must be
working but neither the counter nor the draw canvas works.  I have attached
the server output  that is generated when an IE10 browser connects.

 

Thanks,

John

 

>>libwebsockets-test-server --resource_path
/home/john/Software/WebSocket/WebSockets/res

Setting resource path to "/home/john/Software/WebSocket/WebSockets/res"

lwsts[3381]: libwebsockets test server - (C) Copyright 2010-2013 Andy Green
<andy at warmcat.com> - licensed under LGPL2.1

lwsts[3381]: Initial logging level 7

lwsts[3381]: Library version: 1.3 944a78d

lwsts[3381]:  Started with daemon pid 0

lwsts[3381]:  static allocation: 4436 + (12 x 1024 fds) = 16724 bytes

lwsts[3381]:  canonical_hostname = vm-hagtec

lwsts[3381]:  Compiled without SSL support

lwsts[3381]:  per-conn mem: 112 + 1554 headers + protocol rx buf

lwsts[3381]:  Listening on port 7681

    GET URI = /

    Host = 192.168.1.10:7681

    Connection = Keep-Alive

    Accept: = text/html, application/xhtml+xml, */*

    Accept-Encoding: = gzip, deflate

    Accept-Language: = en-US

    Cookie: = test=LWS_1386564132_708886_COOKIE

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