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Spice XPI Plugin

Here you can download the Spice XPI plugin for Linux, version 2.7.0, available in both in a 32bits and a 64bits version.

It was built on a Gentoo system, using the patches provided by Redhat, using the Gecko SDK version 13.0.1.

The source code was downloaded from: http://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/enterprise/6Server/en/os/SRPMS/spice-xpi-2.7-20.el6.src.rpm

To use the plugin, you will need to have virt-viewer installed, with SPICE support enabled. You will also need to install the following script:

/usr/libexec/spice-xpi-client-remote-viewer

#!/bin/sh

logger -t spice "starting remote-viewer --spice-controller $@..."
env | logger -t spice
exec remote-viewer --spice-controller "$@" 2>&1 | logger -t spice
logger -t spice "remote-viewer execution failed"

Make the script executable by running: chmod +x /usr/libexec/spice-xpi-client-remote-viewer, then create a link from /usr/libexec/spice-xpi-client:

ln -s spice-xpi-client-remote-viewer /usr/libexec/spice-xpi-client

-- IvoVanGeel - 19 Jul 2012

META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="SpiceXPI64.xpi" attr="h" comment="" date="1342704101" name="SpiceXPI64.xpi" path="SpiceXPI64.xpi" size="50786" user="ivo" version="1"
META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="SpiceXPI32.xpi" attr="h" comment="" date="1342704840" name="SpiceXPI32.xpi" path="SpiceXPI32.xpi" size="50846" user="ivo" version="1"
 
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