Comment 27 John Ellson This seems to work fine for my F26 VM. This behavior is controlled by the monitor-mapping configuration option. I can even change the resolution to x in the Settings panel and that works too. Comment 4 Darryl L. It will place the first guest display on the second client monitor and will place the second guest display on the third client monitor: Comment 35 David H.
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Comment 34 Debarshi Ray Comment 17 Adam Williamson If the second display is enabled, the first should also be enabled.
Comment 39 Debarshi Ray No, there hasn’t been any response I’ve seen. It’s pretty much unusable. Comment 51 Joachim Frieben Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete.
It is Fedora’s policy to close all bug reports from releases that are no longer maintained. Comment 57 sumantro These different approaches will be discussed in more detail below. Comment 46 Chuck Ebbert So you don’t need to fuss with a manual spice client like you did above.
The host OS is Debian 9. This has qzl advantage of consolidating all of the monitor reconfiguration functionality within a single component in GNOME3, that component is the window manager instead of both the vdagent and the desktop environment responsible display configuration in different situations.
For devices that support multiple displays with a single device i.
Software components within the guest are responsible for doing the display reconfiguration. For example, you should not try to enable only guest display 2.
[fedora-virt] No keyboard with Spice/qxl…
As a side note: I just need a bit more time to play with this. Comment 3 John Ellson For example, the following configuration will apply to every guest that you connect to. Linux driversthis primary surface must be large enough to contain all displays. When the guest configuration is updated, the server will send a new monitors config message back to the client. 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 react to mouse movement.
I don’t know why it works for me, but it does. In addition, you’ll see the virtio-serial port:.
– mouse pointer invisible in f16 KVM guest with QXL and VNC
So first be sure the client is installed: Offscreen memory is not used in RHEL6 or Windows, so this second bar is generally not used at all in these guests. One exception to this linear arrangement is in fullscreen mode.
Whenever the guest display configuration changes, the QXL device will be updated and the server will send 166 monitors config messages to the client to notify the client of the changes. The client receives this message and opens a window for each monitor and sets the window to the appropriate size.
Enabling SPICE using virt-manager This assumes you’ve already installed a guest with virt-manager or virt-install and it’s shut off. Although spice-gtk provides the means to support multiple monitors, not all clients implement that feature.
Note You need to log in before you can comment on ffdora make changes to this bug. Comment 1 Miguel Not that it matters, but one of the purposes of my VM is to build and test i kernels.