cannot update to version 3.0.0
odoggmts at hotmail.com
odoggmts at hotmail.com
Mon Oct 5 18:28:11 UTC 2020
sorry for my late reply. Thanks for your efforts and as matter of fact
I already increased the video memory in the XML file:
<video> <model type='qxl' ram='262144' vram='262144'
vgamem='65536' heads='1' primary='yes'/> <address type='pci'
domain='0x0000' bus='0x00' slot='0x02'
function='0x0'/> </video> <video> <model type='qxl'
ram='65536' vram='65536' vgamem='16384' heads='1'/> <address
type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x00' slot='0x09'
As you can see I have two virtual monitors in the configuration
file.The above configuration is the highest one which works. I tried
more Ram (My video card has 4GB of Ram) but than my Win 10 instance
just does not boot (black screen). The problem with this resolution (in
the configuration above) is that it is listed as 4K but it does not
allow the 5120 x 2560 resolution
On Wed, 2020-09-30 at 13:32 +0200, Pavel Hrdina wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2020 at 08:54:08PM +0200, odoggmts at hotmail.com wrote:
> Dear Pavel,many thanks for your fast answer. I am not so interested
> in the latestversion as I am in solving 2 problems I have with the
> current one:1) Getting rid of the audio echo on my Webcam for
> my Windows Client. Mycorrespondants all complain that they hear
> themselves and I have noIdea how to solve the issue. The Microsoft
> Lifecam is well found and itworks but with echo.2) Getting more
> video ram into virt-manager. Now Icannot use my DQHD resolution for
> my Windows client because I cannotexceed the 64MB video memory.I am
> really sorry for the questions but doyou have an idea where I could
> address those issues?many thanks again for your time.kind regards,
> With the first issue I'm not able to give you any advice as I have
> verylittle experience with that kind of setup. For the second issue
> thevideo RAM configuration is a bit messy as there are three values
> relatedto video RAM. You don't need a newer version of virt-manager
> to fix it,you can run this command in your terminal:
> virt-xml VM_NAME --edit --video
> as these values should cover your setup. You can also use:
> virsh edit VM_NAME
> and find the video device and change the values directly in VM XML.
> On Tue, 2020-09-29 at 15:35 +0200, Pavel Hrdina wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 29, 2020 at 03:08:25PM +0200, odoggmts at hotmail.com
> wrote:Dear,I do not know if it the information is online but I could
> not findit. I would like to update to virt-manager and virt-viewer on
> myLinux Mint19.3 version. But the repository keeps stating that
> thelatest versionis already installed on 1.5.1 and i cannot get
> thelatest version. Sohow could I upgrade to the latest version? many
> thanks in advance.Hi,I have some bad news for you. If you want to use
> only softwarefromLinux Mint repositories you are out of luck. Linux
> mint 19.3 isbasedon Ubuntu 18.04 LTS which has virt-manager 1.5.1 as
> well. Myguess isthat the maintainers will not rebase the package to
> newerversion.Your option here to get a newer version from
> distribution packagesisto upgrade to Linux Mint 20 which is based on
> Ubuntu 20.04 LTSwherethey have virt-manager 2.2.1.The newest upstream
> version 3.0.0 will slowly roll intovariousdistributions but it will
> take some time as it's fairly new.If you want to have the latest
> version you can wait for Linux Minttopick it up but that will take a
> long time as the next Ubuntu LTSwillprobably be 22.04 which will
> probably be released in April 2022.Your other option is to download
> upstream virt-manager from here,unpack the archive and run it
> directly from the unpackeddirectory asthere is no need to install it.
> I would definitely notrecommendinstalling any software outside of the
> officialdistributionrepositories as it may break your system.Pavel
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