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Up until TLXOS 4.4.0 we used spicec, the reference client included in the same tarball that provided libspice-server, as our SPICE client. It wasn't well known that spicec could be compiled for ARMHF with only a few tweaks. Wheezy didn't include a spice-client package, so in TLXOS 3.x we compiled it from source. In some of the final Wheezy-based releases we compiled debs using the Jessie source (also provided here) instead of using an unpackaged build. In our Jessie-based releases - except RPi and RPi IoT - we just used the Debian-provided package. Our build recipe for spicec - mostly borrowed from DietPC - was something like: tar xjf spice-protocol-0.12.7.tar.bz2 cd spice-protocol-0.12.7 ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --datarootdir=/usr/local/lib sudo make install cd .. tar xjf spice-0.12.5.tar.bz2 cd spice-0.12.5 bunzip2 -c ../spice-0.8.1-mwmhint-patch.bz2 | patch -p1 -b bunzip2 -c ../spice-0.12.5-remove_x86_breakpoint.patch.bz2 | patch -p1 -b ./configure --prefix=/usr/local --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var \ --with-pic --without-sasl --disable-werror --disable-smartcard \ --enable-client make -C spice-common make -C client cd client gcc -o spicec *.o x11/*.o ../spice-common/common/.libs/libspice-common.a \ ../spice-common/common/.libs/libspice-common-client.a \ -lssl -lcrypto -lstdc++ -ljpeg -lm -ldl -lpthread -lrt -lz -lasound \ -lX11 -lXext -lXrandr -lXrender -lXfixes -lXinerama -lpixman-1 \ -lcelt051 strip -R .note -R .comment spicec