One major difference between Linux and Windows QXL 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. One exception to this linear arrangement is in fullscreen mode. Comment 5 Darryl L. This part is a bit arcane. Comment 62 Debarshi Ray
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– mouse pointer invisible in f16 KVM guest with QXL and VNC
Comment 16 Paul DeStefano Discussion View source History. 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 arbitrary resolution. Comment 22 Joachim Frieben I don’t understand how this is closed? I happened to mention this issue in it, since I hit it while I was testing for the other matter. It’s fairly straightforward, except Windows by default has no way to see the drive you want to install to.
[fedora-virt] No keyboard with Spice/qxl…
This has the 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. Driver for QXL virtual graphics: One exception to this linear arrangement is in fullscreen mode.
Problem seems to be a combination of VNC and QXL, mouse works as mentioned by other reporters, it just isn’t appearing on screen.
Often a more recent Fedora release includes newer upstream software that fixes bugs or makes them obsolete. In fullscreen mode, virt-viewer attempts to enable a single guest display for each physical client monitor and set the resolution of the guest displays to be equal to the resolution of the client monitors.
You can provide feedback for this update here: After logging in, the strong flicker reported in comment 37 is observed.
Create account Log in. Newer versions of the QXL implementation for example, RHEL7 and newer provide an ferora of the monitors config callback function mentioned above.
Comment 56 Justin M. I also had to put selinux to permissive to avoid many other issues. The important file is virtio-win.
[fedora-virt] No keyboard with Spice/qxl
Comment 51 Joachim Frieben By adding -vga qxl:. The upstream bug https: We just ran into it first. Efdora of windows 10 installer browsing for Virtio driver. Grab some text and copy it to the clipboard in the guest.
For comments or queries, please contact us. Comment 6 Alessio As mentioned above, the Linux QXL device supports multiple displays in a single device, whereas the Windows QXL device requires a separate device for each display.
Installing Windows 10 on KVM (with Fedora Core)
Both Windows and Fedors guests should be configured with a QXL video device and a spice vdagent to take full advantage of the multiple monitor functionality. Without a spice vdagent running in the guest, it may be possible to enable or disable displays from within the guest and the spice client will adapt to those changesbut it will not be possible to enable or disable displays from the client.
Now stop the guest and we’ll build up the hostside qemu-kvm commandline. This hotplug event is then handled by the userspace software in the same way a normal physical hotplug event would be handled.
Guest requirements Both Windows and Linux guests should be configured with a QXL video device and a spice vdagent to take full advantage of the multiple fedorra functionality.
Comment 1 Adam Williamson