An early "work in progress" development snapshot of the source code can be downloaded
In addition there is are YUM repositories containing RPMs built for i686 and x86_64
hosts. These YUM repositories are only a temporary provision until the application
is approved for inclusion in Fedora Extras. Save the yum config file
/etc/yum.repo.d/berrange-fedora.repo, and then simply run "
yum install virt-manager"
NB until libvirt-0.1.1 is pushed out to the
updates repository, those running
on Fedora Core 5 will need to temporarily enabled
updates-testing to satisfy
dependancies. For example, run "
yum --enablerepo=updates-testing install virt-manager"
As noted above, this is a very early development snapshot, so don't be surprised to see many rough, unfinished edges. In particular, things that we know about include:
- There are no icons for the shutdown button
- The terminal button doesn't do anything
- The snapshot button doesn't do anything
- The dialog for configuraging / adjusting virtual machine resources doesn't do anything
- The VNC console, assumes that the VNC server associated with a domain is running on
5900 + domain ID. This seems to be the case with Xen HVM/SVM framebuffer, however, your milage may vary.
- Unless you are using libvirt >= 0.1.3 the virt-manager UI may hang if you have more than 5 machines running, due to scalability problems with XenD HTTP service