Once these prerequisite are addressed, you can download the spice-osx-build-setup.sh script and run it: sh spice-osx-build-setup.sh It will download the gtk-osx jhbuild moduleset using the gtk-osx-build-setup.sh script from the gtk-osx project. To be able to see your virtual machine´s console from OS X, you need to install a small application called RemoteViewer. Start by downloading.
Program switch for rainbird sprinkler. Sh spice-osx-build-setup.sh It will download the gtk-osx jhbuild moduleset using the gtk-osx-build-setup.sh script from the. This in turn installs jhbuild in ~/Source and creates ~/.local/bin/jhbuild. It will also install ~/.jhbuildrc and ~/.jhbuildrc-custom and will copy the current gtk-osx modules into ~/Source/jhbuild/modulesets. After the script runs, ~/Source/spice-jhbuild will contain a jhbuildrc file. You can copy it to ~/.jhbuildrc-custom and jhbuild (as setup by the ~/.jhbuildrc file created by gtk-osx) will pick it automatically. Alternatively, you can copy it to ~/.jhbuildrc-spice and set the JHB environment variable to 'spice' (or use any other prefix of your liking). You can edit this jhbuildrc file if you want to configure the location where source will be downloaded/expanded, and the location where the built binaries/libraries will be installed.
Bundling The SPICE jhbuild moduleset also comes with the needed files to generate an for easy deployment. This uses gtk-mac-bundler from the. After building virt-viewer or virt-viewer-gtk3, make sure you have installed. You can then use the bundle/remote-viewer.bundle and bundle/remote-viewer-gtk3.bundle files that come with the to generate a bundle. If you used the spice-osx-build-setup.sh, the bundle file name will be ~/Source/spice-jhbuild/bundle/remote-viewer.bundle. Once it is installed, you can call.
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