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== Looking Glass Client ==
 
== Looking Glass Client ==
  
This guide will step you through building the looking glass client from source, before you attempt to do this you should have a basic understanding of how to use the shell.
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This guide will step you through building the looking glass client on Debian based systems from source, before you attempt to do this you should have a basic understanding how to use the shell.
  
 
=== Building the Application ===
 
=== Building the Application ===
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;NOTE: The most common compile error is related to backtrace support. This can be disabled by adding the following option to the cmake command. '''-DENABLE_BACKTRACE=0''', however, if you disable this and need support for a crash please be sure to use gdb to obtain a backtrace manually or there is nothing that can be done to help you.
 
;NOTE: The most common compile error is related to backtrace support. This can be disabled by adding the following option to the cmake command. '''-DENABLE_BACKTRACE=0''', however, if you disable this and need support for a crash please be sure to use gdb to obtain a backtrace manually or there is nothing that can be done to help you.
  
Should this all go well you should be left with the file '''looking-glass-client'''. Before you run the client you will first need to configure either Libvirt or Qemu (whichever you prefer) and then set up the Windows side service.
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Should this all go well you should be left with the file '''looking-glass-client'''. Before you run the client you will first need to configure either Libvirt or Qemu (whichever you prefer) and then setup the Windows side service.
  
 
You can call the client from the build directory; or, you can make it callable generally by adding the directory to your path or issuing  
 
You can call the client from the build directory; or, you can make it callable generally by adding the directory to your path or issuing  
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=== Installing the IVSHMEM Driver ===
 
=== Installing the IVSHMEM Driver ===
 
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Windows will not prompt for a driver for the IVSHMEM device, instead, it will use a default null (do nothing) driver for the device. To install the IVSHMEM driver you will need to go into the device manager and update the driver for the device "PCI standard RAM Controller" under the "System Devices" node.
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Windows will not prompt for a driver for the IVSHMEM device, instead it will use a default null (do nothing) driver for the device. To install the IVSHMEM driver you will need to go into device manager and update the driver for the device "PCI standard RAM Controller" under the "System Devices" node.
  
 
'''French:''' "Gestionnaire de périphérique" -> "Périphériques Système" -> "Contrôleur de RAM Standard PCI"
 
'''French:''' "Gestionnaire de périphérique" -> "Périphériques Système" -> "Contrôleur de RAM Standard PCI"

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