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Per the most recent baboune's feedback :- if qemu-kvm-spice is not installed, it works. VMs start. The spice console is available. Hence the answer is qemu-kvm-spice is not required when using spice on Ubuntu.

Per the most recent baboune's feedback :- if qemu-kvm-spice is not installed, it works. VMs start. The spice console is available. Hence the answer is qemu-kvm-spice is not required when using spice on Ubuntu.Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) Per my opinion it's also not required due to Bug #998435 It's required starting with version 13.04 Devstack – Replace vnc by spice