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Installing Virt Manager for Ubuntu 10.04

After establishing my KVM host from other machine, now it’s the time you need to configure your remote kvm guest manager, if you prefer the GUI management. Here’s the quickest way to do:

  1. Execute this in the console:
    $> sudo apt-get install ubuntu-virt-mgmt
  2. After that you can now add remote KVM host and  manage your vms.
  3. Done.

3 responses to “Installing Virt Manager for Ubuntu 10.04

  1. dacresni March 13, 2012 at 6:30 am

    hey, looking at the package, that would install a lot of stuff, what’s the difference between that and just virt-manager?

  2. Ganeshbabu March 13, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    Error starting Virtual Machine Manager: No D-BUS daemon running

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