I would like to create several Ubuntu Server Virtual Machines using KVM to test and use. How do I create Virtual Machines using KVM?
If you do not already have KVM installed, you will need to do that. There is a
To create VMs the easy way, use virt-manager (available in the repos). It provides a nice GUI to walk you through it.
Keep in mind you can use virt-manager either on your local KVM server, or on a remote one. Once you have it fired up and pointed to the right KVM server, just click the "Create New Virtual Machine" button. The rest of it is fairly self-explanatory.
Also, if you want to use a bridged interface for KVM, follow my guide here: http://john.wesorick.com/2012/01/setting-up-bridged-network-interface.html
Bridged mode works better for any kind of networking on the virtual machine.
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How to create virtual machines using KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) Filed under: Linux, SysAdmin, Virtualization — acidborg @ 14:24
Description: KVM is a virtualization infrastructure included in the Linux kernel since 2.6.20 . Although it supports some kinds of paravirtualization, I’m going to explain how to create virtual machines /also called guests) using its full virtualization support.
I hope that it will help.