Comment 51 Joachim Frieben Comment 8 David H. The upstream bug https: So we launch the guest one last time with the complete command line: Yeah, so I learnt in fedora-desktop. The spice-vdagent executable then uses platform APIs e. I’ve been forced to run all my guests in console mode.
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Please reopen if you still see hang on boot with latest kernels. When it completes, I would love to see people testing https: Comment 33 Adam Williamson If a display that is currently enabled is not listed in this message or if it is explicitly set to a height or width of 0that display will be disabled.
XSpice is a standalone X server. That’s what the virtio drivers are for.
[fedora-virt] No keyboard with Spice/qxl
I assume virtio-vga is the driver simply labeled “Virtio” in the VMM settings? Since many different components are involved, the implementation can vary significantly between different guest operating systems or even between different versions of the components. I don’t understand how this is closed?
In the short term, Fedora gains an interesting new open-source technology that many people want to try out. If you wish for this bug to remain open because you plan to fix it in a currently maintained version, simply change the ‘version’ to a later Fedora version prior to Fedora 16’s end of life.
Spice with multiple monitors
Because of this, there is no guarantee of a one-to-one relationship between a monitors config request from a client and a monitors config reply from the server. If problems still persist, please make note of it in this bug report. Comment 21 Adam Williamson With atomic modesetting that doesn’t work any more. If docs needed, set a value. Comment 29 fednuc Comment 34 Debarshi Ray Guest requirements Both Fdora and Linux guests should be configured with a QXL video device and a spice vdagent to take full advantage of the multiple monitor functionality.
Also tried this launching a Linux-LiveCD – same result! And when a new window is opened, the client sends a monitors config message to the server to enable an additional display. Yes, it is indeed a reasonable expectation I just need a bit more time to play with this.
Also, I’m at flock with the entire Fedora kernel team all both of themso will ask if they can fedoda another look at this today. Comment 4 Darryl L.
On F26 I tried kernel It uses the locations of the client windows to determine how to order the displays.
– mouse pointer invisible in f16 KVM guest with QXL and VNC
qcl The process we are following is described here: The client receives this message and opens a window for each monitor and sets the window to the appropriate size.
Comment 52 Justin M.