Comment 3 John Ellson Comment 11 Fedora Update System All my hosts are running CentOS 7. Comment 4 John Ellson I can’t comment on the Fedora 26 update, but there’s been feedback provided in Bodhi it’s still an issue there too. I don’t have a whole lot of insight into exactly how QXL interacts with the spice server. Comment 10 Joachim Frieben

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Windows Virtio Drivers

I also had to put selinux to permissive to avoid many other issues. Changing the defaults is only one piece of the puzzle even if we push it to all supported fedora branches.

Anyway, this was the backtrace I was getting previously. My goal here is to install to the logical volume win10 in the volume group vms.

This build includes the virgl changes mentioned above, but it requires: Comment 34 Debarshi Ray Retrieved from ” https: Comment 28 Adam Williamson Also note that we need a gnome-boxes build with a change to address another blocker bug, Comment 24 Bill Gianopoulos Login [x] Log in using an account from: Kamil, could you do that?


This allows it to finish booting without freezing. It’s the very same bug in F25 and F26, as far as I know.

Comment 63 Adam Williamson Note You need to log in before you can comment on ffdora make changes to this bug. This part is a bit arcane. I can’t comment on the Fedora 26 update, but there’s been feedback provided in Bodhi it’s still an issue there too.

– Systems with qxl/SPICE and graphical boot enabled fail to boot with kernel

It’s a workaround, yes, but not something we want to set by default. Comment 39 Debarshi Ray First the guest side, since the guest is running.

You still need to be sure that the fedoga has spice-vdagent installed and running. Please reopen if you still see hang on boot with latest kernels. So it’s not as dire as a completely useless VM.

I’m closing this bug as fixed. Comment 2 Adam Williamson These drivers are cryptographically signed fedoa Red Hat’s vendor signature. No new isos will be added there.


Installing Windows 10 on KVM (with Fedora Core)

Comment 46 Chuck Ebbert Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. Comment 25 John Ellson You can provide feedback for this update here: Stable virtio-win iso Stable virtio-win x86 floppy Stable virtio-win amd64 floppy Latest virtio-win iso Latest virtio-win x86 floppy Latest virtio-win amd64 floppy Latest gemu-qa files Full archive Changelog.

Comment 14 Justin M. Comment 1 Adam Williamson Comment 62 Joachim Frieben I do daily updates to these systems, but not from updates-testing.