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Re: [libvirt] question about ading spice and vnc hardware



hi,jon stanley
i see now,  add spice server mean 'export a graphics card(spice type) to guest',
vga equals vnc server.

thanks






At 2013-03-05 10:15:35,"Jon Stanley" <jonstanley gmail com> wrote: >On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 8:48 PM, yue <libvirt 163 com> wrote: >> i create VM through virt-manage. >> add hardware--> graphic--(spice,vnc server) >> i do not understand the word 'server' means, >> In my opinion , spice or vnc server is on KVM-HOST side,  vnc,spice client >> connect to KVM-HOST. there are nothing to do with guestOS. >> why virt-manage need me to add "server"? > >The question is around what graphics hardware do you want the guest to >have? Do you want a standard VGA (which qemu will then turn into a VNC >server for you)? Or do you want Spice (which requires driver support >in the guest OS) which you can connect to with a Spice client? > >Does that answer your question?



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