Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide

April 5th, 2018 by thelinuxevangelist

Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO




You Are Welcome! This Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO on GNU/Linux Desktop.

And Virt-Manager for Ubuntu is a desktop UI for Managing Virtual Machines through libvirt. It primarily targets KVM VMs, but also manages Xen and LXC (linux containers).

Futhermore, Virt-Manager make use of the KVM Hypervisor Accelerator and QEMU Virtualizer to run Virtual Operating systems on Ubuntu.

Finally, this guide includes All the Shapshots to Create & Run Virtual Machines from ISO on Virt Manager for Ubuntu Desktop.

Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Featured
  1. 1. Running Virt-Manager

    And to Launch Virt-Manager UI
    From Shell:

    virt-manager

    Or instead make use of the Desktop facilty…
    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Launching Virt-Manager

  2. 2. Making Virtual Machine

    Now to Create a Virtual Machine

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Creating VM
  3. 3. Selecting ISO

    Then Choose ISO as Media

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Select ISO
  4. 4. Loading ISO

    And then Browse for the ISO Location

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Loading ISO
  5. 5. Setting CPU & RAM

    After Set Up CPU Cores and RAM Size

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Setting VM
  6. 6. Setting Virtual Disk Size

    Again Set VM Disk Size

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Setting Disk Size
  7. 7. Naming VM

    Finally, Set VM Name

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide - Naming
  8. 8. Launching VM

    And so the VM Should Start Up
    Then you are free to Install it on the Local System!

    Virt-Manager Create New VM from ISO Visual Guide -

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