Really? c’mon, seriously you can spend a little effort and find the exact program to execute. Did you try hitting “tab” to auto complete the program name? If you are having trouble getting this very basic information how on earth do you expect to succeed with Looking Glass?
I honestly don’t know which package is the particular qemu you are referring to. Searching on my system I get at least a few different packages that could possibly be qemu that is being used by libvirt.
I’ve already said the version of
qemu-kvm I’m using but I also have
qemu is also listed in my apt-cache search however it still does not let me get the version since I have already stated that getting
qemu --version returns
command not found.
I’ve also tried googling “how can I find out which version of qemu I have?” and various different versions of that same search and from what I can see there are different answers.
I’m trying my best but I’m new to linux so please be patient with me.
That’s great! I by no means wish to discourage your attempts to learn however please be aware that you have dived into the deep end here and by doing so you are expected to have certain level of experience with Linux.
Hint: On the terminal type
qemu and hit tab twice, it will list all the programs starting with
qemu that are available. One is very likely
qemu-system-x86 as a program (not the package) which you can provide with the
--version switch to get it’s version.
Quite often in Ununtu and Debian the package version is not the same as the actual binary version. When asked the version of a program it is best to obtain it from the program directly by some means.
@trexd seems like im running 2.11.1 and i believe it gets updates on its own with other system updates (unless you would want some dev/unstable version i guess)
example of what i have available on my machine:
im using synergy with dedicated monitor for VM tho, better for my use case rn, so probably wont help you much with looking glass
I also am using 2.11.1 and have had a great experience with looking glass. One thing i recommend if you just cannot get input to work well is to just pass through another keyboard and mouse. Also make sure you are capturing the keyboard and mouse with scroll lock or the key you set if you changed it.
With the RTX 2060 card I have I just ended up using a cheap HDMI kvm off of amazon and hooked it up directly to the video card, using the type-c port on the RTX as the usb controller. I know it bypasses looking glass, but it works. Just another idea.
Yeah I definitely only have 2.11.1 but I’m not sure if it would be worth it to upgrade since I just passed my keyboard through and that works fine. The command I used was
Would it be worth upgrading to try and fix the stutter issue or should I try cpu pinning first?
I would try pinning first, then upgrade. I think you’re probably encountering the qemu version issue, but the CPU pinning will probably be easier.
hey after a few days of messing with stuff i got the driver installed for the shmem file. but it still says run in foreground mode -f for more information
when i run the exe
Okay, so do that and post the output.
yes my question is how do i run in foreground mode
Exactly as the instructions state, pass the
do i use -f PATH Specify the path to the shared memory file
no, run the host exe with the -f switch, not the client.
do i use HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
i dont know how to pass the -f switch
Open a command prompt, and run:
cd PATH looking-glass-host.exe -f
Where PATH is the location of the
is this correct??
[I] CaptureFactory.h:83 | CaptureFactory::DetectDevice | Trying DXGI [I] DXGI.cpp:232 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Device Descripion: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti [I] DXGI.cpp:233 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Device Vendor ID : 0x10de [I] DXGI.cpp:234 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Device Device ID : 0x1b06 [I] DXGI.cpp:235 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Device Video Mem : 11132 MB [I] DXGI.cpp:236 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Device Sys Mem : 0 MB [I] DXGI.cpp:237 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Shared Sys Mem : 4095 MB [I] DXGI.cpp:241 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Capture Size : 1920 x 1080 [I] DXGI.cpp:298 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Feature Level : 0xc100 [I] DXGI.cpp:335 | Capture::DXGI::Initialize | Source Format : DXGI_FORMAT_B8G8R8A8_UNORM [I] CaptureFactory.h:86 | CaptureFactory::DetectDevice | Using DXGI [I] Service.cpp:125 | Service::InitPointers | Total Available : 128 MB [I] Service.cpp:126 | Service::InitPointers | Max Cursor Size : 1 MB [I] Service.cpp:127 | Service::InitPointers | Max Frame Size : 63 MB [I] Service.cpp:128 | Service::InitPointers | Cursor : 00000214D5410080 (0x00000080) [I] Service.cpp:134 | Service::InitPointers | Frame 0 : 00000214D5510080 (0x00100080) [I] Service.cpp:134 | Service::InitPointers | Frame 1 : 00000214D9490000 (0x04080000) [I] DXGI.cpp:654 | Capture::DXGI::Capture | Pixel Format : DXGI_FORMAT_B8G8R8A8_UNORM
Looks right to me.
Looks like it’s working to me.
im still met with this from linux
[[email protected] client]$ ./looking-glass-client [I] main.c:1047 | run | Looking Glass (a12-131-g10217fc8d9+1) [I] main.c:1048 | run | Locking Method: Atomic [I] main.c:1018 | try_renderer | Using Renderer: EGL [I] main.c:1203 | run | Using Clipboard: X11 [I] spice.c:197 | spice_connect | Remote: 127.0.0.1:5900 [E] spice.c:742 | spice_connect_channel | socket connect failure [E] spice.c:203 | spice_connect | connect main channel failed [E] main.c:1253 | run | Failed to connect to spice server