[et-mgmt-tools] virt-manager questions
mark.bidewell at alumni.clemson.edu
Mon Jun 4 18:40:32 UTC 2007
Thank you very much.
What I meant by the question of qemu-kvm was that qemu allows you to specify
sound parameters on the command-line. However when I attempted to use the
virt-manager disk with qemu-kvm I got a kernel panic (CentOS5 guest).
BTW where are the guest configs located?
On 6/4/07, Hugh Brock <hbrock at redhat.com> wrote:
> Mark Bidewell wrote:
> > I am experimenting with KVM and virt-manager on FC7 and I have a few
> > questions:
> > 1) Can virt-manager support audio devices?
> > 2) Can I setup a bridged network with virt-manager ( it seem like only
> > NAT was available).
> > 3) Is qemu-kvm valid or is virt-manager the only way to use kvm?
> > Thanks
> > Mark Bidewell
> 1. Audio devices are on the radar but there's no support yet. For the
> moment you'll have to manually modify the guest config.
> 2. If you're using Xen, it will attempt to automatically set up a bridge
> attached to a physical NIC, but this isn't terribly reliable. If you
> manually set up a bridge on a machine, virt-manager will detect it and
> allow you to connect a guest to it. Virt-manager will not however set up
> a bridge for you... not really its line of work, per se.
> 3. Not sure I understand, can you be more specific?
> Take care,
> Red Hat Virtualization Group http://redhat.com/virtualization
> Hugh Brock | virt-manager http://virt-manager.org
> hbrock at redhat.com | virtualization library http://libvirt.org
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