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Re: [virt-tools-list] News on virt-manager for windows?

On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 12:35:50PM -0300, Fernando Lozano wrote:
> Hi Christophe,
> >>>Windows console access has always been possible with RHEV, oVirt should
> >>>have Windows console support starting from version 3.2 (or something recent
> >>>version).
> >>How does this work, as the required firefox plugin is Linux-only?
> >Fwiw, the firefox plugin works on Windows too these days, but there are no
> >official builds nor integration with oVirt.
> So there's no way to get this plugin except building it myself.
> Building stuff under Windows is not for the faint-of-heart, this
> will scare my fellow (windows-only) sysadmins. :-(

The building part is not very hard, then you need to figure out which dll
to add alongside the plugin, and then getting ovirt to use it (though now
the last part should be easier).

> >This works through 'native' support:
> >http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/11702/2
> >http://gerrit.ovirt.org/#/c/11703/
> Wel, this won't work for any practical purposes right now.  :-(
> I tried the three latest virt-viewer for windows releases and
> virt-viewer doesn't work at all. Complains about a missing DLL.
> Invoking remote-viewer directly does work, but I can't make
> spice+tls work (only plain spice, insecure) and it's stated on the
> release notes that spice+ssh won't work in windows.

The way it works is that you enable native support in the oVirt console
options, then when you click on the 'console' button, this gives you a link
to a .vv file that you open using remote-viewer. And remote-viewer should
be able to connect to the VM using that file.


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