[PVE-User] Win7 spice client does not release cursor/mouse

Frank, Petric (Petric) Petric.Frank at alcatel-lucent.com
Tue Feb 4 15:46:46 CET 2014


Hello Lindsay,


> On Tue, 4 Feb 2014 02:14:31 PM Frank, Petric wrote:

> > Installed:

> >   Proxmox 3.1 (dist-upgrade from today)

> >   Spice-Proxy: virt-viewer-x64-0.6.0.msi  (as linked from proxmox wiki page)

> >

> > It seems that spiceproxy does not define the release-cursor key and the

> > default <Ctrl>-<Alt> is not working under Windows.

> >

> > Any hints ?

 >

>

> Forgot I actually detailed it in another email.

>

> This is *not* supported by proxmox the company. *Backup* Qemu.pm first.

>

> On the proxmox server edit "/usr/share/perl5/PVE/API2/Qemu.pm", changes below are in bold.

>

> 1399 # LWM

> 1400 my $conf = PVE::QemuServer::load_config($vmid, $node);

> 1401

> 1402 return {

> 1403 'secure-attention' => "Ctrl+Alt+Ins",

> 1404 'toggle-fullscreen' => "Shift+F11",

> 1405 'release-cursor' => "Ctrl+Alt+R",

> 1406 title => "VM $vmid - $conf->{'name'}",

> 1407 type => 'spice',

> 1408 #title => "VM $vmid",

> 1409 host => $proxyticket, # this break tls hostname

> verification, so we need to use 'host-subject'

> 1410 proxy => "http://$proxy:3128",

> 1411 'tls-port' => $port,

> 1412 'host-subject' => $subject,

> 1413 ca => $cacert,

> 1414 password => $ticket,

> 1415 'delete-this-file' => 1,

> 1416 };

> 1417 }});

>

>

> then issue the command:

>

> service pvedaemon restart

>

> to activate the changes.

added the lines 1403 to 1405 and restarted pvedaemon.

Works now.

Thanks for your fast support. Maybe it con be made configurable in the next proxmox release.

Kind regards
  Petric

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