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Here at work, we use a virtual infrastructure.We use virt-manager a lot, but I'm on a Mac and can't get it to work.
Is there a way to make it work or an alternative ?
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There's now a brew formula homebrew-virt-manager which I've used to successfully connect to a CentOS 5 box running qemu+kvm.
sadly no, you can however install virt-manager on a linux box and run it on your mac desktop through vnc and X11.
what you need to do is start X11, open xterm (command + N), type ssh -X [email protected], then type virt-manager once logged on.
Same problem here, tried several solutions and workarounds, and found that for managing virtual machines on a remote Qemu/KVM server nothing is as reliable and comfortable than a GNU/Linux system running
Our best solution so far is to install Virtualbox in MacOS to run a Lubuntu LTS system with
We found Lubuntu excellent for this purpose: it just works, it's easy to use and requires few resources to run (it can use less than 300 MB of RAM to run
virt-manager and 3-4 SPICE clients). You can save this Virtualbox machine state when you don't need it, and restore it in a few seconds when needed.
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Moreover, there's irony in running a virtual machine locally to manage remote virtual machines! :-)
Someone prepared a
vagrantfile to quickly setup an Ubuntu virtual machine and run
virt-manager via ssh. See:
AFAIK no, but you can use it alright if you do this:
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- install (in the host) the NoMachine NX server
- install the NX client on your mac
- login from the mac
- fix the keyboard issues following these instructions
- open virt-manager in the gnome session in your server/host (that you are using via the NX client)
- have fun