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Re: [Qemu-discuss] Wonky cursor problem

From: Gary Roach
Subject: Re: [Qemu-discuss] Wonky cursor problem
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2017 15:02:10 -0700
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OK more information. I'm working on a Debian Stretch system on an AMD Athlon FX processor and with qemu-kvm virtual machine installed. The guest OS is Kubuntu17.04. Once the guest system is activated there are a couple of different ways to access the Manager. You can call virt-manager from the command line or you can select File > view manager from the guest desktops. Either way you end up with the same window which is called "Virtual Machine Manager". The menu bar has an edit choice which leads you to "Virtual Machine Details" mentioned below. And at that point the window closes. End of story.

Gary R.

On 09/19/2017 12:08 PM, Narcis Garcia wrote:
Is it a Window with control buttons?
What is Window's title?
How do you call this manager (launcher's name)?

El 19/09/17 a les 17:45, Gary Roach ha escrit:
And what might that helper software be? The virtual machine manager
window seems to be malfunctioning and it is part of qemu. With that, the
main problem is still the wonky cursor.

Gary R.

On 09/19/2017 12:00 AM, Narcis Garcia wrote:
You seem to not be talking about Qemu but about a helper software for

El 18/09/17 a les 22:32, Gary Roach ha escrit:
Hi all,
For the first time I have set up a qemu-kvm virtual machine on my Debian
Linux system. I then loaded a Ubuntu guest. Everything works OK except
the cursor. If I press the left key of my mouse and try to drag
something on the screen the dragged object jumps all over the place. The
cursor movement with out the mouse button is not as bad but still is
erratic. If I hit ctl-alt to release the cursor the problem disappears.
I hated the Gnome desktop so I ripped out Ubuntu and loaded Kubuntu.
There was no change in the problem.

I found one fix that said to do the following:
 go to virtual machine details > add hardware > input > EvTouch USB
Graphics Tablet.
this is supposed to fix the problem somehow. But there is a problem with
this. When go to the virtual machine manager window and click on vm
details the window closes back to the tray at the bottom of the screen.

This problem is very annoying and has been around for a while. I want a
solution where I don't have to write a whole bunch of code. Not very
good at it.

Please help

Gary R.

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