Old 12th April 2009, 21:33
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Default Using KVM with OpenSUSE 11.1

Does anyone have any good pointers on how to use some of the existing KVM setups for Fedora or CentOS and apply them to OpenSUSE (specifically 11.1).

I'm afraid that OpenSUSE 11.1 does not provide for the virt-install capability and I have had very little success using virt-manager to create QEMU images on OpenSUSE.

Lastly, I'm also looking for a good 'translation' of how to setup the bridge from Fedora to OpenSUSE.

Any ideas, hints, suggestions?
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Old 13th April 2009, 18:21
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I'm sorry, but I haven't tried this on OpenSUSE, and I guess the Fedora/CentOS setups won't work there.

Also, I don't have such a tutorial on my To-Do list because I'm trying to avoid SUSE whenever possible.
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