As VNC is no option anymore, is it possible having spice on a port, rather unix socket in /home/user/snap/lxd/common/config/sockets/x.spice ? (They BTW persist after container deleted)
For instance this as raw.qemu?
<graphics type='spice' port='5901' autoport='no' listen='10.0.4.1' passwd='password'>
This would make it much easier for installations on headless servers, where the home brew solution of ubuntu graphical on my Laptop with trusted lxd and remote console to server is not really an option.
Another question is, what exactly does distrobuilder to windows iso image, beside adding the virtio drivers?
Because the result of processed image cant be used as boot image for libvirt qemu directly.