[Libvir] QEMU without KVM

Richard W.M. Jones rjones at redhat.com
Wed May 16 13:01:32 UTC 2007

Steven W. Moyer wrote:
> Thanks Rich!
> It was running, but not as a system daemon (I'm not
> even really sure how it started).

If you are using the CVS version then there is much more help given in 
the output of libvirt_qemud --help, including paths to where it thinks 
all the communication sockets should be.

> Now I can manage QEMU
> guests with virt-manager ... I'm still working on
> the network (seem to be missing a package that allows
> virtual bridging).

Do you get an error message?

> I'm also working on a end-to-end full virtualization
> how-to (since in total, I believe this to be much better
> than VMware).  Would anyone be interested in providing
> feedback for it?

Yes, if you send it here I'll be happy to give you feedback.


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