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qemu-kvm has disappeared. use the hint in start qemu by giving it a path to a linux root instead. this means qemu-system-x86_64 -usb -usbdevice disk:/dev/sdb where /dev/sdb is your raw device (not partition) of the usb stick that you want to boot. (however, as of 12/2014, it's been flaky for me. booting ubuntu-gnome 14.10 results eventually in a ...
AFAIK virt-manager can only assign MAC-addresses. So what you would need to do is setup your DHCP server to map those to specific IP addresses. Even if a different machine (e.g. your router) normally provides DHCP addresses, but cannot be easily modified programmatically, you can set a DHCP server up on the hosts of the VMs, that serves only to specific ...
By default, you should have user mode networking as explained in the docs: By default QEMU will create a SLiRP user network backend and an appropriate virtual network device for the guest (eg an E1000 PCI card for most x86 PC guests) If you want something better, consider tap networking: Add something like the following to your qemu command: -netdev ...
In your shell, before you run qemu, run "stty intr ^]" to change the interrupt key from ^c to ctrl-] That way, ctrl-c will be passed through to qemu, but you can still interrupt qemu itself by pressing ctrl-]
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