Maybe it is time to remember bug which addressed that same issue. Comment 63 Cole Robinson Anyway, this was the backtrace I was getting previously. If you would still like to see this bug fixed and are able to reproduce it against a later version of Fedora, you are encouraged to click on “Clone This Bug” and open it against that version of Fedora. The most full-featured client at the moment is virt-viewer, so that is the client that we will address here.
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Re Comments 1314 That’s what the virtio drivers are for. Several of these differences have already been discussed above, but there are others to be aware of as well. Maybe it is time to remember bug which addressed that same issue.
If you do not do this you’re running in vga mode which is quite slow and inefficient. For example, guest displays should be specified in order without any gaps. Comment 35 David H. One major difference between Linux and Windows Qx devices is that the Linux QXL driver supports multiple displays up to 4 with a single video device, whereas the Windows QXL driver only supports a single display for each video device.
Older versions of the QXL driver do not provide the callback mentioned above and instead handle all monitor feora changes via the spice-vdagent executable running within the guest.
Problem seems to be a combination of VNC and Sxl, mouse works as mentioned by other reporters, it just isn’t appearing on screen.
Comment 3 Cole Robinson If I leave a user’s desktop at the default x resolution it’s all fine. Enabling SPICE using virt-manager This assumes you’ve already installed a guest with virt-manager or virt-install and it’s shut off.
For devices that support multiple displays with a single device i. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Fedor Protocol Additional displays are enabled and disabled via the spice protocol using agent data messages on the Main channel. Spice aims to provide a complete open source solution for interaction with remote virtualized desktops.
Installing Windows 10 on KVM (with Fedora Core)
Comment 62 Debarshi Ray If you want the same configuration applied to every remote guest, the monitor-mapping option should be placed within the [fallback] group create the group if it doesn’t already exist. It’s still unusable from the video that’s shown there.
When the server receives a new monitors config message from the client, the server checks whether the qxl device implementation provides a monitors config callback function.
Spice with multiple monitors
Guest Software components within the guest are responsible for doing the display qx. Right, and the developer explained why the “pretty gross hack” that made that work does not work anymore.
Without a QXL driver in the guest, it may be possible to resize a display, but it will not be possible to resize it to an feodra resolution.
If you look at the initial comments, you’ll see it was an i issue. Comment 5 Joachim Frieben In broad terms, this callback function updates some internal ROM data within the virtual device and then triggers an interrupt within the guest. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug.
Comment 43 Dominic P Geevarghese