[Spice-devel] SPICE questions
s.zintgraf at acontis.com
Mon Mar 8 06:34:26 PST 2010
Thanks for the answer.
The faq says: I built Spice server on a 32-bit machine and it failed. What can I do?
I've read the FAQ but was not aware if it is impossible by design to get everything running on a single 32 Bit Linux.
Dor said: I guess it was only tested on 64 bit host, other than that, it's mainly trying and potentially fixing any issue that might come.
So, does anybody know if it is worth a try to get it running - any hints what to take care about and how to test?
Von: Alexander Larsson [mailto:alexl at redhat.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 8. März 2010 14:34
An: Stefan Zintgraf
Cc: spice-devel at lists.freedesktop.org
Betreff: Re: [Spice-devel] SPICE questions
On Sun, 2010-03-07 at 22:16 +0100, Stefan Zintgraf wrote:
> i have two questions regarding SPICE.
> a) 32-bit support
> I want to run a Windows guest on a 32-Bit Ubuntu system (version 9.10). The client shall also run on the same (32-Bit) machine. According the FAQ (and my experience...) i cannot build the server (libspice) on 32-Bit Ubuntu.
> As a result, i was also not aware to build a spiced qemu on that
> Question: which components are required and how can i build them to
> run everything on a single 32-Bit Ubuntu system (Windows guest, spice
> server, spiced QEMU and spice client, ...)?
The faq says:
I built Spice server on a 32-bit machine and it failed. What can I do?
Building Spice server on 32-bit machine is not supported because Spice
server is dependent on 64-bit atomic operations. However, you can
build Spice client for a 32-bit machine by cding into client directory
and executeing the make command from there.
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