Remote Spice access without using web manager (ON Windows)

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  1. Sgt_Wirehead

    Sgt_Wirehead New Member

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    Is it possible to access the Spice Console for a specific VM without going through the web manager?

    We're interested in using proxmox as a Linux desktop server and being able to set up a short cut that launched remote-viewer to directly open a vm console on Windows.
     
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  3. Sgt_Wirehead

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    How do i use bash scripts on windows 10?

    I am after desktop shortcuts on windows 10 directly to a VM that's running Linux the opposite of what trying to be achieve in that thread i beleave.
     
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    Perhaps this way?
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install-win10
     
  5. loomes

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    Have you read the posting i linked to? i think not. The Posting i linked to gives you a hint to github: https://github.com/kalsan/proxmox-client
    And that is a java Client. Im using it under windows10 and can doubleclick a Shortcut to Spice connect to a proxmox VM.
     
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    ah ok i did only skim over a couple of posts so have missed it. thanks i will have a better read and give it a try.

    after having a read and a play with the jar file 'target' with the below its not working for me :(

    C:\Users\Games\Desktop\proxmox-client-master\out\artifacts\proxmox_client_jar\proxmox-client.jar -h 192.168.1.180 -p 8006 -u accounts-01 -s Password -r pve -c \Program Files\VirtViewer v7.0-256\bin\remote-viewer.exe -n nodename -v 2001

    Do you have an example for me please :)
     
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  7. DerDanilo

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    Awe
    Awesome idea. Does the dev write into this forum?
     
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    Of course, I wouldn't recommend it for server applications but for most client software it works fine.
     
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    after having a read and a play with the jar file 'target' with the below its not working for me :(

    C:\Users\Games\Desktop\proxmox-client-master\out\artifacts\proxmox_client_jar\proxmox-client.jar -h 192.168.1.180 -p 8006 -u accounts-01 -s Password -r pve -c \Program Files\VirtViewer v7.0-256\bin\remote-viewer.exe -n nodename -v 2001

    Do you have an example for me please :)
     
  11. DerDanilo

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    Guacamole is the better solution for now with the rdp client.
     
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