Virt Manager 1.0.1 Brings Minor Updates
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 23 March 2014 at 04:22 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The first point release to virt-manager 1.0 has been released this weekend.

Changes to the Virtual Machine Manager 1.0.0 include new --memorybacking and --memtune options, a UI for LXC idmap, a GSettings key to disable key grabs, other UI updates, and numerous bug-fixes. The release was tagged on Saturday and now available for those wishing to manage their virtual machines on Linux using this open-source project driven by Red Hat.

For more details or to download this Linux virtualization management software visit Virt-Manager.org.
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