virtualization – Qemu: failure to connect to Mir

I want to run a qemu vm on Ubuntu 18.10.
But every attempt is the return:

root @ Ubuntu: / home / echo / Documents / VMdata # qemu-virgil 
> -name guest = win, debug-threads = on 
> -machine q35, accel = kvm, usb = off, vmport = off, dump-guest-core = off
> -cpu Haswell-noTSX-IBRS, vme = on, ss = on, vmx = on, f16c = on, rd = on, hypervisor = on, arat = on, tsc_adjust = on, ssbd = on, xsaveopt = on, pdpe1gb = on, abm = on 
> -drive file = wOVMF_VARS.ms.fd, if = pflash, format = raw, unit = 0, read-only = on 
> -drive file = wwin_VARS.fd, if = pflash, format = raw, unit = 1 
> -m 4096 
> -realtime mlock = off 
> -smp 8, maxcpus = 64, sockets = 1, cores = 8, threads = 8 - fluid 7495161b-f918-4a85-8b55-373d04d0d790 
> -no-user-config 
> -nodefaults 
> -rtc base = utc, driftfix = slew 
> -global kvm-pit.lost_tick_policy = delay 
> -no-hpet 
> -no-shutdown 
> -global ICH9-LPC.disable_s3 = 1 
> -global ICH9-LPC.disable_s4 = 1 
pcie-root-port device, port = 0x10, chassis = 1, id = pci.1, bus = pcie.0, multifunction = enabled, addr = 0x2 
> -device pcie-pci-bridge, id = pci.2, bus = pci.1, addr = 0x0 
pcie-root-port device, port = 0x11, chassis = 3, id = pci.3, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x1 
pcie-root-port device, port = 0x12, chassis = 4, id = PCI4, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x2 
pcie-root-port, port = 0x13, chassis = 5, id = PCI5, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x3
qemu-xhci device, p2 = 15, p3 = 15, id = usb, bus = pci.5, addr = 0x0 
> -service lsi, id = scsi0, bus = pci.2, addr = 0x2 
virtio-serial-pci-device, id = virtio-series0, bus = pci.3, addr = 0x0
> -drive file = wAMD64.img, format = raw, if = none, id = drive-sata0-0-0, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
> -device ide-hd, bus = ide.0, drive = drive-sata0-0-0, id = sata0-0-0, bootindex = 1, write-cache = on 
> -drive file = wWindows_10_1803_64bit.iso, format = raw, if = none, id = drive-sata0-0-1, media = cdrom, read-only = on, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
> -device ide-cd, bus = ide.1, drive = drive-sata0-0-1, id = sata0-0-1, bootindex = 2, write-cache = on 
> -drive file = wVirtIO.iso, format = raw, if = none, id = drive-sata0-0-2, media = cdrom, readonly = on, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
> -device ide-cd, bus = ide.2, drive = drive-sata0-0-2, id = sata0-0-2, bootindex = 3, write-cache = on 
> - virtserialport device, bus = virtio-serial0.0, nr = 1, id = channel0, name = com.redhat.spice.0 
> -virtio-gpu device, virgl = on 
> -display gtk 
virtio-balloon device, id = balloon0, bus = PCI4, addr = 0x0 
> -sandbox on, obsolete = deny, elevateprivileges = deny, spawn = deny, resourcecontrol = deny-msg timestamp = on
2019/04/13 21: 36: 36.930689 cmd_run.go: 885: WARNING: can not start the document portal: read unix @ -> / run / user / 1000 / bus: EOF
No protocol specified
Failed to connect to Mir: Failed to connect to server socket: No such file or directory.
Unable to init server: Can not connect: connection refused
GTK initialization failed
root @ Ubuntu: / home / echo / Documents / VMdata # 

the script is:

qemu-virgil 
-name guest = win, debug-threads = on 
-machine q35, accel = kvm, usb = off, vmport = off, dump-guest-core = off
Haswell-noTSX-IBRS, vme = on, ss = on, vmx = on, f16c = on, rd = on, hypervisor = on, arat = on, tsc_adjust = on, ssbd = on, xsaveopt = on, pdpe1gb = on, abm = on 
-drive file = wOVMF_VARS.ms.fd, if = pflash, format = raw, unit = 0, read-only = on 
-drive file = wwin_VARS.fd, if = pflash, format = raw, unit = 1 
-m 4096 
-realtime mlock = off 
-smp 8, maxcpus = 64, sockets = 1, cores = 8, threads = 8 -uuid 7495161b-f918-4a85-8b55-373d04d0d790 
-no-user-config 
-nodefaults 
-rtc base = utc, driftfix = slew 
-global kvm-pit.lost_tick_policy = delay 
-no-hpet 
-No extinguishment 
-global ICH9-LPC.disable_s3 = 1 
-global ICH9-LPC.disable_s4 = 1 
pcie-root-port, port = 0x10, chassis = 1, id = pci.1, bus = pcie.0, multifunction = enabled, addr = 0x2 
pcie-pci-bridge device, id = pci.2, bus = pci.1, addr = 0x0 
pcie-root-port, port = 0x11, chassis = 3, id = pci.3, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x1 
pcie-root-port, port = 0x12, chassis = 4, id = pci.4, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x2 
pcie-root-port, port = 0x13, chassis = 5, id = PCI5, bus = pcie.0, addr = 0x2.0x3 
- qemu-xhci device, p2 = 15, p3 = 15, id = usb, bus = pci.5, addr = 0x0 
-dispositive lsi, id = scsi0, bus = pci.2, addr = 0x2 
-virtual serial-pci-device, id = virtio-series0, bus = pci.3, addr = 0x0 
-drive file = wAMD64.img, format = raw, if = no, id = drive-sata0-0-0, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
-device ide-hd, bus = ide.0, drive = drive-sata0-0-0, id = sata0-0-0, bootindex = 1, write-cache = on 
-drive file = wWindows_10_1803_64bit.iso, format = raw, if = none, id = drive-sata0-0-1, media = cdrom, read-only = enabled, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
-device ide-cd, bus = ide.1, drive = drive-sata0-0-1, id = sata0-0-1, bootindex = 2, write-cache = on 
-drive file = wVirtIO.iso, format = raw, if = none, id = drive-sata0-0-2, media = cdrom, read-only = on, cache = writeback, aio = threads 
-device ide-cd, bus = ide.2, drive = drive-sata0-0-2, id = sata0-0-2, bootindex = 3, write-cache = on 
-device virtserialport, bus = virtio-serial0.0, nr = 1, id = channel0, name = com.redhat.spice.0 
-virtual-gpu device, virgl = on 
-display gtk 
-virtual device virtio-balloon-pci, id = ball0, bus = pci.4, addr = 0x0 
-sandbox on, obsolete = deny, elevateprivileges = deny, spawn = deny, resourcecontrol = deny -msg timestamp = on 

Does everyone know how to solve this problem or find out what is wrong with the script?