Experimental packages for SPICE client and SPICE qemu server are now available through a new repository setup for Fedora users. The SPICE packages have been renamed for the SPICE qemu server so that it doesn’t conflict with the stable Fedora qemu packages. The new spice repository provides packages for Fedora 12, Fedora 13 and rawhide versions.
To use this new repository add the file ‘unstable-spice.repo’ to your /etc/yum.repos.d directory with the following contents.
[spice-unstable] name=spice development bits for fedora $releasever baseurl=http://kraxel.fedorapeople.org/spice/fedora$releasever enabled=1 gpgcheck=0
Once you’ve added the repository you can install the spice client and server with the following command. If you already have spice packages installed from the other repository described in this post, then you need to unstall those packages first or the packages will conflict and installation will fail.
yum install spice-unstable-client qemu-spice-unstable
The announcement on the mailing list also provided some documentation on getting started. You can read the documentation at the following link.