SPICE client and server library
The SPICE client provides access to a remote machine's display and devices. The SPICE server library is used by virtualization software (eg kvm) to expose a (virtual) machine's display and devices to a SPICE client.
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Stephan Kulow (coolo) accepted request 336979 about 1 month ago (revision 19)
- Update to version 0.12.6 + Removed spicec client code, it has been superseded by remote-viewer and other spice-gtk based clients + Unix socket support + LZ4 support + Let clients specify their preferred image compression format + Allow to record and replay a spice-server session + Fixes for CVE-2015-3247 CVE-2015-5260 and CVE-2015-5261 bsc#944787, bsc#948976 + spice-protocol submodule has been removed, spice-protocol must now be installed when building spice-server + Remove write polling in chardevs to reduce wakeups - Remove upstream merged patches: + spice-Don-t-use-48kHz-for-playback-recording-rates.patch + password-length-check.patch + cve-2015-3247.patch