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I installed SPICE vdagent and x.org QXL video driver on the guest side, SPICE - Server - spice-0.15.2.tar.bz2 on the server, and used virt-viewer to remotely operate the guest desktop on a remote computer. 
If I use Nvidia vGPU on the guest side, can I still operate remote desktops normally on the client side? 
Will the use of Nvidia vGPU have any adverse effects on SPICE? If there is an impact, what actions do I need to make it work properly?

------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------
发件人: "Frediano Ziglio"<freddy77@xxxxxxxxx>;
发送时间: 2023年7月19日(星期三) 下午3:59
收件人: "人宗道首"<928003896@xxxxxx>;
抄送: "spice-devel"<spice-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>;
主题: Re: [Spice-devel] How does SPICE display the desktop data processed by Nvidia vGPU?

Il giorno lun 17 lug 2023 alle ore 03:34 人宗道首 <928003896@xxxxxx> ha scritto:
> Hello,
> The attachment shows the effect of installing spice-streaming-agent on the spice official website. There are two screens, one displaying normal and the other displaying black.
> (1)Should the black screen be caused by spice-streaming-agent? What is the reason for the black screen? Is there a solution?
> (2)Is there a way to only display the desktop generated by spice streaming agent and run it normally like a remote desktop, allowing for keyboard and mouse interaction?
> I hope you can help me, thank you!

I cannot see the attachment. Was it stripped?
Can you explain your configuration? What's the VM setup?


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