On 07/09/2013 09:12 AM, Chuck Anderson wrote:
I installed Fedora 19 and moved the VMs I was running on Fedora 17
previously to it. The VNC display is now corrupted--the desktop
background is black and many widgets (the guest is Windows XP), making
it pretty unusable. Basically, it looks like it is failing to paint
large blocks of the UI, but sometimes pieces of it reappear when
clicking on menus, etc. Is this a known issue with Fedora 19
virt-viewer & VNC displays?
I tried getting Windows XP to install the Spice driver, but had
problems way-back-when. I suppose I could try again if VNC is no
VNC should be working, so there's a bug somewhere.
Can you try plain vncviewer to see if it's virt-viewer specific? vncviewer
[listen]:[port] using the values from the <graphics> block in 'sudo virsh
If that's still busted, it's probably a qemu bug. What <video> device is
guest using? Try switch to cirrus or vga and rebooting the VM to see if that
narrows it down.