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Re: [libvirt-users] virt-manager and the alternatives




>Van: libvirt-users-bounces redhat com [mailto:libvirt-users-bounces redhat com] Namens Narahari Lakshminarayana
>Verzonden: donderdag 5 mei 2016 21:59
>Aan: libvirt-users redhat com
>Onderwerp: [libvirt-users] virt-manager and the alternatives
>
>Friends:
>
>I am new to this and don't flame me yet.  Here is what I am facing.
>
>I installed libvirt stuff and then I run virt-manager to create a vm.
>
>When I run the virt-manager I am seeing issue 
>Namespace GtkVnc not available for version 2.0
>
>How do I interact with the console screen so I can hit Enter key and do 
><ALT + F2> etc., ?
>
>Is virt-manager my only choice ?
>
>How to use VNC to connect to the virt-manager screen, not the VM's console ?
>
>=============
>
>Can I create VM with virsh and then set vnc for that and connect to that with VNC ?
>
>-Narahari

How did you create a VM with virsh?

I think bests practice is using virt-install or virt-manager to create VM's. With these
methods, the vnc is automatically and correctly set.

Anyway, your error ' Namespace GtkVnc not available for version 2.0' can point to
the fact that not all of the dependencies are installed. Pleas look at:
     http://ask.xmodulo.com/compile-virt-manager-debian-ubuntu.html

Or, install libvirt from your distribution repositories...

Greetings, Dominique.


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