I want to install kvm on my desktop PC to learn virtualization, my cpu is intel Core i3, and I found it support VT-x on intel's page, I also enabled virtualization in BIOS,
however, I cann't find vmx flag from /proc/cpuinfo. when I create new guest os in virt-manager, I got the message:
No hypervisor options were found for this connection.
This usually means qemu or kvm is not installed on your machine.
I can modprobe kvm, but can not modprobe kvm-intel, it got operation not supported error.Does it mean that my cpu doesn't support kvm?
Re: install kvm
Why not just ask your processor
Edit: Not that there is anything wrong with kvm, but most people in this forum go with VirtualBox. Just wondering why you chose kvm.
Last edited by ibjsb4; January 17th, 2013 at 11:44 AM.
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