TightVNC/QEMU mouse pointer offset problem

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TightVNC/QEMU mouse pointer offset problem

Randolph Welte
Hi,

I want to remote QEMU (running Windows 98) using the TightVNC Java Viewer
(not with QEMUs implemented "VNC feature" but with a "regular" TightVNC
Server running on a Linux system). All works very well, but there's an
offset between the two mouse pointers.....

Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

Thanks & best regards, Randy



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Re: TightVNC/QEMU mouse pointer offset problem

Frank Bax
Randolph Welte wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I want to remote QEMU (running Windows 98) using the TightVNC Java Viewer
> (not with QEMUs implemented "VNC feature" but with a "regular" TightVNC
> Server running on a Linux system). All works very well, but there's an
> offset between the two mouse pointers.....
>
> Does anyone know how to solve this problem?

Use this qemu option:
  -usbdevice tablet

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Re: TightVNC/QEMU mouse pointer offset problem

Frank Bax
Frank Bax wrote:

> Randolph Welte wrote:
>> I want to remote QEMU (running Windows 98) using the TightVNC Java Viewer
>> (not with QEMUs implemented "VNC feature" but with a "regular" TightVNC
>> Server running on a Linux system). All works very well, but there's an
>> offset between the two mouse pointers.....
>>
>> Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
>
> Use this qemu option:
>   -usbdevice tablet


When running Win98 in any virtual environment; you will also want to
apply the amnhltm patch to Win98 (google for it); the patch should
prevent QEMU/Win98 using 100% cpu while idle.

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AW: TightVNC/QEMU mouse pointer offset problem

Randolph Welte
Frank,

thanks a lot for your hints - perfect :-))

regards, Randy


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>
> Frank Bax wrote:
> > Randolph Welte wrote:
> >> I want to remote QEMU (running Windows 98) using the TightVNC Java
> Viewer
> >> (not with QEMUs implemented "VNC feature" but with a "regular"
> TightVNC
> >> Server running on a Linux system). All works very well, but there's
> an
> >> offset between the two mouse pointers.....
> >>
> >> Does anyone know how to solve this problem?
> >
> > Use this qemu option:
> >   -usbdevice tablet
>
>
> When running Win98 in any virtual environment; you will also want to
> apply the amnhltm patch to Win98 (google for it); the patch should
> prevent QEMU/Win98 using 100% cpu while idle.
>
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