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* new connection methods for virt-viewer/remote-viewer:
 
* new connection methods for virt-viewer/remote-viewer:
 
** using .vv files
 
** using .vv files
** connecting to [http://ovirt.org/ oVirt]/RHEV-M VMs using ovirt:// URIs (similar to existing <code>virt-viewer qemu:///...</code> invocation)
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** connecting to oVirt/RHEV-M VMs using ovirt:// URIs (similar to existing <code>virt-viewer qemu:///...</code> invocation)
  
 
=== Existing features ===
 
=== Existing features ===
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'''host''' is a machine that hosts virtual machines. When client is about to show a VM display, it connects to qemu process running on the host.
 
'''host''' is a machine that hosts virtual machines. When client is about to show a VM display, it connects to qemu process running on the host.
 
* you can reuse the host you used for [[Test_Day:2013-05-28_Virtualization|Virtualization Test Day]]
 
* you can reuse the host you used for [[Test_Day:2013-05-28_Virtualization|Virtualization Test Day]]
* if you don't have the virtualization host yet, follow virtualization test day [[Test_Day:2013-05-28_Virtualization#What.27s_needed_to_test | instructions]]
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* if you don't have the virtualization host yet, follow instructions on Virtualization Test Day
 
* alternatively, you can use any other spice-capable virtualization host
 
* alternatively, you can use any other spice-capable virtualization host
* for testing of connecting to oVirt (or RHEV) VMs, you'll need access to a running oVirt (RHEV) setup
 
  
 
=== Remote system ===
 
=== Remote system ===
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=== Guest system ===
 
=== Guest system ===
  
Virtualized system is frequently call '''guest'''. If you don't have any VM with guest system installed, follow [[Test_Day:2013-05-28_Virtualization#VM_Install | virtualization test day instructions]].
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Virtualized system needs add-on software called '''spice agent''' installed to make all features fully work:
 
 
The guest system needs add-on software called '''spice agent''' installed to make all features fully work:
 
 
* on Fedora, it is provided by <code>spice-vdagent</code> package, installed by default. It should be running from start, too (one <code>spice-vdagentd</code> process and two <code>spice-vdagent</code> processes - one for login manager and one for user session)
 
* on Fedora, it is provided by <code>spice-vdagent</code> package, installed by default. It should be running from start, too (one <code>spice-vdagentd</code> process and two <code>spice-vdagent</code> processes - one for login manager and one for user session)
 
* on Windows, please install Windows Guest Tools from [http://spice-space.org/download.html project download page]
 
* on Windows, please install Windows Guest Tools from [http://spice-space.org/download.html project download page]

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