Fedora 7 KVM Virtualization How-To
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 3 March 2007. Page 6 of 8. Add A Comment

Through the Virtual Machine Console, you can view machine details that will show in real-time the CPU and memory usage as well as the hardware and making any modifications to that.

Microsoft Windows XP had installed wonderfully through KVM and using virt-manager to simplify the setup process as well as managing the virtual machines. On top of that, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 had also installed without fault. While listed as an OS variant is Windows Vista, we had tried installing a release candidate of Microsoft Windows Vista. On loading the Vista installer we were presented with a "blue screen of death".

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