I start usually looking-glass using “looking-glass-client -F -S spice:captureOnStart=y”.
In b1 this worked well. In the latest build when the client window opens I’m presented with a dialog asking “the looking-glass-client wants to inhibit shortcuts. Deny / Allow?” Deny is the option that works best for me.
Is there a way to disable looking-glass from trying to inhibit shortcuts? I’ve experimented with various command line options and don’t see a way. Am I missing something obvious?
This is on Ubuntu 20.04.2 Wayland.
The client output is:
978455900784 [I] main.c:2282 | main | Looking Glass (B3-rc1-42-gec921d7f39)
978455900802 [I] main.c:2283 | main | Locking Method: Atomic
978455901100 [I] wayland.c:334 | waylandEarlyInit | SDL_VIDEODRIVER has been set to wayland
978455909251 [I] ivshmem.c:127 | ivshmemOpenDev | KVMFR Device : /dev/shm/looking-glass
978455946971 [I] main.c:1655 | try_renderer | Using Renderer: OpenGL
978455972523 [W] wayland.c:373 | waylandInit | zwp_idle_inhibit_manager_v1 not exported by compositor, will not be able to suppress idle states
978455979236 [I] opengl.c:507 | opengl_render_startup | Vendor : Intel
978455979247 [I] opengl.c:508 | opengl_render_startup | Renderer: Mesa Intel® UHD Graphics 630 (CFL GT2)
978455979249 [I] opengl.c:509 | opengl_render_startup | Version : 4.6 (Compatibility Profile) Mesa 20.2.6
978455979254 [I] opengl.c:521 | opengl_render_startup | Using GL_AMD_pinned_memory
978456180607 [I] main.c:2165 | lg_run | Host ready, reported version: B3-rc1-42-gec921d7f39
978456180617 [I] main.c:2166 | lg_run | Starting session
978456401621 [I] main.c:647 | frameThread | Format: FRAME_TYPE_BGRA 3440x1440 stride:3456 pitch:13824 rotation:0