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I manage to fix the issue after I installed manually an older version (v1.14.0) of libiscsi where qemu could find the libiscsi.so.4 file. First I removed the v1.17.0-2 installed with pacman sudo pacman -Rddn libiscsi without uninstalling the qemu-block-iscsi dependency. I cloned the source code from github sahlberg/libiscsi and after the build I ...


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You can identify the virtual machines with the -name Ubuntu16.04 option (for example), that should do it - it is kinda like a description of the virtual machine you are installing. Also, when you create the VM, there is a description field where you can add the desired and longer description, rather than sticking to a name where only alphanumeric ...


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If you have set up a virtual serial console for your VM, you can use the virsh console command to connect to it. You will have to use an expect script to login with username and password, run your command(s), extract the output, and then logout. Note, though, that expect is a single-purpose language and, IMO, there's no point in learning/using it if you ...



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