Using Spice for the first time?
Spice user manual provides all the information on how to get, build, install and use Spice. You can also read Spice for newbies in case you want to have a better understanding about Spice architecture and features.
Found a bug? Want to help and report?
- Look at opened bugs to see whether it is a known bug.
- There is no need to open a new bug in case it is a known bug, but optionally you can add your comment to the existing bug report or add yourself to the CC list.
- In case you are not using the latest version of Spice, upgrade and see if it was resolved.
- Open a new bug report in Spice bug-tracker that follow these guidelines:
- Write clear and detailed description of the bug.
- Provide instructions on how to reproduce the bug.
- Specify the relevant components and their versions.
- Attach relevant logs.
- Spice server send its log messages to stdout, so you will need to redirect QEMU stdout to a file in order to have a server log file.
- Linux Spice client log is /tmp/spicec.log, Windows Spice client log is in %temp%spicec.log.
- Provide the necessary information:
- Crash - provide the crash message.
- Client bug - specify the OS type and version.
- Wrong rendering - attach a screen shot. (You will have to take client screen shot so make sure that the cursor is not on Spice window area while taking the screen shot).
Your help for tracking down the bug is very important, so please try to be as cooperative as possible and help us resolve the bug.
Like to have a new feature?
First look at Spice opened RFEs or search to see whether it was already requested. In addition, refer to the Features page. If it was not requested you can submit your request in Spice feature-tracker using a clear and detailed description.