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Thread: kvm problem

  1. #1
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    kvm problem

    first of all I installed qemu-kvm
    and then qemu-kvm coomand is not found

    and theese are the commands about kvm


    and also

    jemadux-ThinkPad:[jemadux]:~%lsmod | grep kvm
    kvm_intel 137721 0
    kvm 415549 1 kvm_intel
    jemadux-ThinkPad:[jemadux]:~%

  2. #2
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    Re: kvm problem

    qemu-kvm encompasses a bunch of utilities for kvm to work with qemu. You'll need to setup a virtual machine using qemu and specify the options to use KVM otherwise you can find a GUI in Software Center to help configure qemu's with KVM functionality.
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  3. #3
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    Re: kvm problem

    As slooksterpsv mentioned, you need to make a setup first. Here is a link, that should help you with that.
    Also here is a guide from ubuntu geek (little bit outdated).

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    Re: kvm problem

    The qemu-system* commands or plain kvm should work.
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    Re: kvm problem

    You can also use the virsh frontend for qemu commands.
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