Description of problem:
When a VM is active vm_applet doesn't display it.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click vm_applet
2. See list of stopped VMs
3. Click on a VM
VM is started but disappears from list
VM start but stays in list with a green icon or something. Should also be able
to stop the vm from there.
Also is there a way to get the console opened from vm_applet? It starts the vm
but I have to use virt-manager to open the display which makes the applet
Running with selinux disabled due to bug #447448
I also see this. To expand, the applet *does* show running VMs, but only if all
listed VMs are running.
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This bug is still present in Fedora 11 preview.
Indeed - seems like a pretty obvious bug which would be worth fixing for F11
Sorry, gnome-vm-applet has fallen into a pretty sad state of disrepair. I'll take some time this week to fix up these bugs.
Is there anything to test on this yet? The last koji build appears to be from feb.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
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Still seeing this in F11, would be great to get this fixed.
Seems a non-brainer.
If you need anyone to test, happy to assist.
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gnome-applet-vm is dead upstream, and no bugs will be fixed in F11. virt-manager provides an applet in F12+ which obsoletes gnome-applet-vm. Closing as WONTFIX.