I have a 5 year old HP single rack unit server I was attempting to play with KVM on. I installed Ubuntu Server 13.04 on it, and then followed instructions on setting up bridged networking and then installation of KVM and libvirt as shown in chapter 20 of the ubuntu server guide.
sudo apt-get install bridge-utils
edit /etc/network/interfaces. reboot computer for grins.
I've configured some virtual machine under Xen on Debian Squeeze using libvirt with virsh.
Now I want to get rid of the libvirt layer, because I need to configure some specific parameters on the DomUs that are not supported by libvirt.
How can I export my config ?
How can I import the native config file to Xen ?
Hi everybody, do you know how can I bridge a guest network interface with the host one with libvirt in qemu:///session without root privilege?
I'm working in depth on this problem, and I can't figure out a way to use something different from NAT (interface type="user") for my qemu VMs in session mode (with not-root user).
I know that VirtualBox can bridge Guest interfaces with the host o
I just installed Xen on my existing Fedora 17 machine like this:
yum install xen libvirt virt-manager libvirt-daemon-xen python-virtinst libvirt-daemon-config-network libvirt-daemon-driver-network
Then I rebooted to Xen, was prompted for my password, looked at the loading bar finishing and then I got stuck with a black screen. Problems like this seem to be rather old, e.g.