Virt-manager has spice-vdagent that you

Virt-manager has spice-vdagent that you need to install first for things like the clipboard and window autosizing to work.
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Juchu
Juchu2mo ago
that might be it Do I have to install it on host or guest? I'm going to look into it
p5
p52mo ago
It needs to be on the guest. Most package managers will have it And I wouldn't try using KDE on Kali since I can never get the window to resize. GNOME and XFCE runs without any issues once you install spice-vdagent.
Juchu
Juchu2mo ago
mostly focused on the DevSecOps and compliance side of things,
 Fascinating, yep. I'm looking into fiddling with some of those things myself, still at the beginning so I'm learning a little bit of everything ty! one more thing, maybe you know. Im using a fresh install of kali gnome so far, I noticed that I don't have available the regular gnome software manager and such. I just want to install some flatpacks 😅
p5
p52mo ago
I don't tend to use the Gnome software manager, so haven't noticed if it's present or not. You can install flatpaks using the CLI - flatpak install <id> A list of flatpaks available can be found at https://flathub.org
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Juchu
Juchu2mo ago
thanks again for your time