I have installed KVM with libvirt on my machine. I was always having issues with spice. All spice packages where installed : app-emulation/spice , app-emulation/spice-protocol, app-emulation/spice-vdagent. But app-emulation/spice is supposed to be a spice server AND CLIENT... But the client is not in the package. it must have been forgotten.
So I was alway getting error when trying to access KVM machines with spice from virt-manager. It always was giving an error that said "No module named SpiceClientGtk found" and the machine would start but with no possibility to connect to it.
I found the following package on gentoo portage : net-misc/spice-gtk
It contained the missing gtk part of the spice client and it is not in
entropy... equo search spice-gtk would return nothing.
So I first tried : # emerge -pv net-misc/spice-gtk
It showed 2 missing dependencies : dev-python/pyparsing and dev-perl/Text-CSV
I installed the dependencies with entropy : # equo install dev-python/pyparsing and dev-perl/Text-CSV
Then I did the emerge of the missing package : # emerge -av net-misc/spice-gtk
And bingo! I can now use spice perfectly from libvirtd and it installed the gtk client too : spicy .
So I wanted to share for others. (NB: I have installed gcc and portage stuff to be able to compile gentoo ebuild.)
And is the app-emulation/spice missing the client part or am I wrong ???
Would someone add the missing parts if it is the case please ?
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