Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 789090
spice-client: smart-card (CAC) support from the controller
Last modified: 2013-01-07 03:52:48 EST
bug fixed in virt-viewer upstream, should be part of upcoming 0.5.2 release
I cannot get enough information from comments in this bug and not sure how
to test this bug.I have also checked Bug 696075, but still have no idea how to test it. I need more informations such as what ENV I need to prepare and detailed steps I need to follow.
Since we don't have env. to test this bug, do you still have env. can help us on this?
in order to verify the bug, you'll have to use the spice-xpi test page that does not feature smartcard toggle yet. I'll update the page later this week so you can wait with this (and I'll keep the needinfo on me set).
I'll post the (link to the) page when it will be ready.
Created attachment 570543 [details]
spice-xpi test page
Geyang, this is the promised test page. It's pretty much self-explaining - when Smartcard is enabled and set, the client should work similarly like when you provide --spice-smartcard CLI option, when it is not set or disabled completely, it should not engage smartcard.
verified in spice-client-0.8.2-13.el6.x86_64
taking back, wrong component :(
For virt QE: the in virt-viewer, the feature worked for me too.
According comment 11,change the bug to VERIFIED.
Thanks very much for sending spice-xpi test page to us and testing this bug.We are trying smart card + spice now,hope we can test it in future. :)
(In reply to comment #12)
> are trying smart card + spice now,hope we can test it in future. :)
The test page got merged to upstream spice-xpi git (at http://cgit.freedesktop.org/spice/spice-xpi) so you can take it from there. I guess that it will make it to downstream RHEL spice-xpi pretty fast, too.
(In reply to comment #13)
> (In reply to comment #12)
> > We
> > are trying smart card + spice now,hope we can test it in future. :)
> Hi Yuping,
> The test page got merged to upstream spice-xpi git (at
> http://cgit.freedesktop.org/spice/spice-xpi) so you can take it from there. I
> guess that it will make it to downstream RHEL spice-xpi pretty fast, too.
OK.We will try it.Thank you.
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