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Link to RDO feedback as of June 2013

View also RFE: Support tunnelling SPICE over websockets

Comment #13 as of 02/19/2014

If we do the plain https tunnelling of SPICE in openstack, then client support for the websockets tunnelling would not be a critical feature any more.

Link to RDO feedback as of June 2013

View also RFE: Support tunnelling SPICE over websockets

Comment #13 as of 02/19/2014

If we do the plain https tunnelling of SPICE in openstack, then client support for the websockets tunnelling would not be a critical feature any more. more.

As far as I can see surfing the Net, question been asked looks like work in progress. It's easy to enable spice for F20 cloud instance in Havana been setup via Dashboard and the only one thing to loose would be Dashboard's VNC console 
Instance keeps to stay manageable via Nova or via Dashboard. Spice console would  be available via spicy or virt-manger connecting to compute node,  where instance runs.

But from specific Spice's features I have got only one USB redirection support

Link to RDO feedback as of June 2013

View also RFE: Support tunnelling SPICE over websockets

Comment #13 as of 02/19/2014

If we do the plain https tunnelling of SPICE in openstack, then client support for the websockets tunnelling would not be a critical feature any more.

I've also found How to use SPICE console on Havana? on this site, but in meantime on F20

[root@dfw02 ~]# yum install opestack-spice-html5-proxy html5-proxy 
Loaded plugins: langpacks, priorities, refresh-packagekit
No package opestack-spice-html5-proxy available.
No package html5-proxy available.




As far as I can see surfing the Net, question been asked looks like work in progress. It's easy to enable spice for F20 cloud instance in Havana been setup via Dashboard and the only one thing to loose would be Dashboard's VNC console 
Instance keeps to stay manageable via Nova or via Dashboard. Spice console would  be available via spicy or virt-manger connecting to compute node,  where instance runs.

But from specific Spice's features I have got only one USB redirection support

Link to RDO feedback as of June 2013

View also RFE: Support tunnelling SPICE over websockets

Comment #13 as of 02/19/2014

If we do the plain https tunnelling of SPICE in openstack, then client support for the websockets tunnelling would not be a critical feature any more.

I've also found How to use SPICE console on Havana? on this site, site. 2 answers were accepted , but in I guess it's for CentOS 6.5
In
meantime on F20

F20:-
[root@dfw02 ~]# yum install opestack-spice-html5-proxy html5-proxy
Loaded plugins: langpacks, priorities, refresh-packagekit refresh-packagekit
No package opestack-spice-html5-proxy available. available.
No package html5-proxy available. available.

As far as I can see surfing the Net, question been asked looks like work in progress. It's easy to enable spice for F20 cloud instance in Havana been setup via Dashboard and the only one thing to loose would be Dashboard's VNC console 
Instance keeps to stay manageable via Nova or via Dashboard. Spice console would  be available via spicy or virt-manger connecting to compute node,  where instance runs.

But from specific Spice's features I have got only one USB redirection support