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Offline KrunchTime

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KVM and Virtual Machines
« on: 2017/06/12, 00:09:22 »
Seems like a nice how-to on creating vitual machines in KVM...
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Re: KVM and Virtual Machines
« Reply #1 on: 2017/06/12, 07:56:13 »
Hm, i never need i GUI for creating my KVM machines.
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Re: KVM and Virtual Machines
« Reply #2 on: 2017/06/12, 13:31:36 »
Looks like a good piece of work -- I'm glad someone finally did it.  When I found no single good guidance a couple of years ago, I attempted to write such a guide, including all the supporting GUI packages. When I finally got it into reasonable shape, virt-manager got an upgrade and a lot of the dependencies for the GUI packages changed and I just threw it away.   ::)
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Re: KVM and Virtual Machines
« Reply #3 on: 2017/06/16, 09:51:54 »
Additional article on libvirt GUI.