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Edit the VM config with virsh edit and add the relevant bit of XML within <devices>? <graphics type='vnc' port='-1' autoport='yes' listen='0.0.0.0'/> or use virt-xml
It seems the module for the kind of partition (I assume a DOS/MBR partition label) is not installed by grub by default into core.img. Use the following to install the required module as well: grub-install --modules part_msdos --root-directory=. /dev/loop0 Then grub should be able to read the partition table, the filesystem and therefore the installation ...
For number 2, if you have a physical interface on a bridge, the bridge should be the thing that has the IP address, not the physical interface. I suspect your eth1 still has the address. Try assigning the IP to virbr0 instead. So, do an ip addr del from eth1 and then ip addr add with the same IP/netmask to virbr0. Also, use ip route show to make sure the ...
Given that error message it seems, according to this site that the problem may have been with how virt-manager created the image, and you might be able to use qemu-img after all like so: qemu-img convert -f qcow2 -O qcow2 -o compat=0.10 $ORIGPATH $NEWPATH to convert from a "broken" qcow2 to a usable qcow2 file.
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