[Spice-devel] [Users] console confusion
mkrcmari at redhat.com
Thu Mar 8 01:46:08 PST 2012
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Itamar Heim" <iheim at redhat.com>
> To: "Joe Pruett" <joey at q7.com>
> Cc: spice-devel at lists.freedesktop.org, users at ovirt.org
> Sent: Thursday, March 8, 2012 8:22:11 AM
> Subject: Re: [Spice-devel] [Users] console confusion
> On 03/08/2012 01:24 AM, Joe Pruett wrote:
> > my desktop system is running centos6 with downloaded firefox 10.
> > i
> > downloaded and compiled spice-xpi 2.7. i can interact with the
> > console
> > one time, then i have to log out of the portal and back in again in
> > order to get the icon and popup menu to not be greyed out anymore.
> cc-ing spice-devel for hints on logs you should look at
It should be fixed by commit made today (a while ago) Could you recompiled/apply patch?
> > so i have a few questions:
> > 1. is this just an issue of using an unsupported browser?
> FF10 would be the long term stable firefox release, so most likely it
> will be the focus for support actually.
> > 2. ie9 seems to be supported, but i obviously need something more
> > to be
> > able to view the console. i don't get an error, so i'm not sure
> > what i
> > should install. the spice viewer i find at spice-space needs
> > libraries
> > and the libraries there are just a zip file. does something need
> > to go
> > on the server to auto-download code?
> you need to place an activex of spice.
> spice-devel - any status on availability of source or binary form of
> for community?
> > 3. i figured i'd try vnc, but in that case the icon and menu option
> > are
> > always greyed out. just trying vnc to the appropriate host
> > requires a
> > password and none of the ones i'd suspect seem to work. is there a
> > default? or some way to find the password?
> currently only to set it via the API/SDK/CLI.
> > 4. i saw some vague discussion of display networks in the manual,
> > but
> > nothing in the interface seems to jump out at me. it seems like for
> > most
> > uses, a simple web based console is what is needed. java or
> > active-x
> > commercial version, but not the free one?
> display network is to choose which network on the host should be
> it is a cluster level option on the network.
> only relevant if you configure multiple logical networks at
> > 5. or am i just missing something painfully obvious?
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