This test case will verify the absolute mouse pointer support (see improved graphics console) added in Fedora 11.
How to test
- Start a graphical install using
virt-manageror the command-line utility,
- Respond to the installer questions (keyboard, language, installation source) and proceed to the graphical install screen
- Move the mouse in and out of the virtual machine window. The mouse should freely move in and out of the window
- Repeat the previous step, while clicking the mouse inside and outside the virtual machine window.
- Close the virtual machine window, and run:
- Once again, move the mouse in and out of the virtual machine window. The mouse should freely move in and out of the window
- Repeat the previous step, while also clicking inside and outside the virt-viewer window.
- Review the Xorg log file and confirm that the mouse device shows up as "QEMU USB Tablet". You should see a message similar to the following in your Xorg log file:
(II) XINPUT: Adding extended input device "QEMU 0.10.1 QEMU USB Tablet" (type: MOUSE)
- During install, the Xorg log file is /tmp/X.log
- On an installed system, the Xorg log file is typically /var/log/Xorg.0.log.
- Proceed through the installation, selecting any options needed for your setup.
- When the installation has completed, click Reboot.
- The mouse inside the virt-manager, and virt-viewer, window should not lag behind or be offset from the host mouse
- The mouse should not remain sticky to the application, it should freely move in and out of the application windows
- The mouse is identified as QEMU USB Tablet