Install KVM Hypervisor on CentOS 7.x and RHEL 7.x

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6 Responses

  1. Julian says:

    Hey, who did this tutorial? Awesome!

  2. Makis says:

    congrats! Very helpful tutorial.
    On the first step you can also add below of : lsmod | grep kvm. That if this command returns nothing execute those commands:
    modprobe kvm
    modprobe kvm-intel or kvm-amd(depends on your cpu)
    In order to load the module.

  3. joe glassy says:

    Thanks for this tutorial! On CentOS 7 I believe it’s quite a similar process, however, I think that the default /etc/qemu.conf has to be edited, e.g. un-comment out (enable) user=root and group=root, or substitute other desired accounts. Then restart libvirtd, run status on it, and it will look much better.

  4. S.R.PrasannaKumar says:

    Excellent One.

  5. joe says:

    virt-manager failed to start with “can not open display”

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