Description of problem:
Originaly filed as:
The VNC viewer used to show a xen guest's console doesn't handle AT-SPI events
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use virt-install to start a Xen HVM (para virt should do as well) installation
2. Wait for the VNC console to appear
3. start python
3. use dogtail.rawinput.pressKey(':') which sould generate a key press event at
the VNC console
4. instead of colon ':' there appears a semi-colon ';'
VNC widget shows a semi-colon instead of colon
VNC widget shows the exact same characters as dogtail.rawinput instructs it to show.
Same behavior occurs with Fedora8/virt-viewer(GTK VNC widget) and
I am still not sure if the bug is in the viewer or the underlying GTK/VNC widget.
Xorg + vnc extension works for me. So i think this is vnc related issue.
Can you tell me what keymap you have configured on your local X desktop, what
keymap is configured inside the guest OS, and include the output of 'virsh
dumpxml [name of guest]' for the guest that you are trying to view.
Created attachment 289867 [details]
virsh dumpxml output
> keymap configured inside the guest OS
I'm not sure how do I tell. I hit the bug when booting the installation media.
> keymap configured on your local X desktop
Same here. I don't remember doing some speciffic settings in my GNOME session.
Which file should I look for that?
I've tried both when running GNOME and when running Xvnc without anything else
started. Hit the bug both times.
moving to at-spi component, since i'm pretty sure it's a bug in at-spi-registryd.
VNC server doesn't support XKB extension, and
contains this piece of code:
dec_lock_modifiers (SpiDEController *controller, unsigned modifiers)
return XkbLockModifiers (spi_get_display (), XkbUseCoreKbd,
So locking any modifier keys doesn't work through VNC.
provided a patch in the upstream bug, needs review though.
Michal provided custom build rpms for RHEL 5.1 and I verified that his patches work.
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