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[Xen-users] mouse on hvm on xen 3.1

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Subject: [Xen-users] mouse on hvm on xen 3.1
From: "Tomoki Taniguchi" <tomoki.taniguchi@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 15:16:13 +0900
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I have the 64bit xen 3.1 running on a system with
ubuntu 7.10 amd64 server as domain0.

I have an hvm domainU running with vnc access turned on.

I connect to the hvm via a vncviewer on a windows machine.

the Windows Client machine is running at a resolution of
1280x1024.  The domU is running at 1024x768.

I ham having a problem where the mouse movements don't match,
causing the mouse to move out of the vnc screen before the pointer
reaches the edge of the
domainU's vncviewer screen.  This is causing me a lot of headaches.

Is there a way to get the pointer on the hvm to move properly with the
mousemovement on the client?


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