It also arranges the guest displays in the same arrangement as the client monitors. Although we aim to fix as many bugs as possible during every release’s lifetime, sometimes those efforts are overtaken by events. If you want the configuration to apply to only a single guest, then create a group named according to the UUID of the appropriate guest and place the configuration option within that group. Also has a high chance to cause xorg performance regressions. Comment 8 David H. This site requires JavaScript to be enabled to function correctly, please enable it. When a client connects to the spice server, it will receive a monitors config message from the display channel indicating the current display state of the guest.

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Comment 31 Michal Schmidt If it ends up somewhere else on your system, change the location in the snippet below referenced by the –disk command line argument. Also note that since this configuration is specified in the client’s settings file, it will only apply to that particular client machine. In the past this duplication has caused minor issues where the desktop environment attempted to apply a saved display configuration that conflicted with the vdagent.


We also need a client to view the guest. Spice Protocol Additional displays are enabled and disabled via the spice protocol using agent data messages on the Main channel.

There is no upstream bug in Freedesktop. Now start the VM. Therefore, this issue is unlikely to be a Plymouth issue. That’s what the virtio drivers are for. With VNC my mouse pointer does not show up within the guest while it seems to be there as objects windows xp icons and taskbar fedpra to mouse movement.

– mouse pointer invisible in f16 KVM guest with QXL and VNC

The most full-featured client at the moment is virt-viewer, so that is the client that we will address here. The new USB sharing feature enables users to share simple, usb1 usb devices such as usb-disk plugged in the client machine with the guest.

Comment 42 Norbert Jurkeit Comment 14 David H. The server receives this fedkra and attempts to adjust the display to match the new configuration.

We need to enable the spice server in qemu-kvm. Comment 19 Joachim Frieben Discussion View source History. Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete.

Comment 8 David H. It did not hang during boot, but screen is heavily blinking and unusable in GNOME that’s bug Thanks Fedora kernel team!

[fedora-virt] No keyboard with Spice/qxl…

RHEL7 qx, all surfaces including the primary surface are allocated in the second memory bar and the first memory bar is used for dynamic memory such as cursors, commands, images, and monitor configs. Several of these feddora have already been discussed above, but there are others to be aware of as well. Content is available under Attribution-Share Alike 3. It’s fairly straightforward, except Windows by default has no way to see the drive you want to install to. Comment 5 Joachim Frieben Comment 3 Cole Robinson The Fedora Project is maintained and driven by the community and sponsored by Red Hat.


Comment 35 David H.

Spice with multiple monitors

For comments or queries, please contact us. Whenever the guest display configuration changes, the QXL device will be updated and the server will send new monitors config messages to the client to notify the client of the changes. Comment 7 David H.

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. Yeah, so I learnt in fedora-desktop.