[vfio-users] Arch, Virt-manager and Network Manager [help needed]
j.scruggs at gmail.com
Sun Apr 17 10:51:07 UTC 2016
Network Manager has some serious bugs. The best way to create a bridge is
to delete all the networks from Network Manger. Then configure
systemd-networkd scripts. It's not hard. In fact, stupidly easy. Enable
systemd-networkd. Then add the bridge in Virt-Manager.
The Network Manager creation of a bridge is very unstable, which is the
opposite you want for a VM. Also, you have the added bonus of starting the
bridge earlier. I would share my scripts, but I'm in Spain away from my
desktop at the moment. I still use Network Manager to use OpenVPN easily.
The new versions of NW have a fix so they don't display networks they
didn't create, so you have no worry about messing up the networkd scripts.
On 16 April 2016 at 14:29, Garland Key <david.garland.key at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm running Arch with Plasma 5 and Network Manager. AFAIK, the
> virt-manager package on Arch has broken networking. I've successfully
> created a bridge using Network Manager, but I can't seem to add the bridge
> in virt-manager or via virsh.
> Is this possibe? I need it for Synergy. My mobo has two ethernet
> devices, but I don't have another cat5 cable atm.
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