I followed the directions at this question: Installing KVM on CentOS 6.4 without GUI (yet)
But I'm not sure which feature (there are many!) of MobaXterm I should use to connect to the KVM. On the CentOS box I ran
sudo service libvirtd start okay, but what does that mean now? Is it running a VNC server listening on 5900? Or an X server on some other port? (I.e., I assume I'll need to modify
iptables to be able to connect, but which port should I be opening?) Also I'd like to leave SELinux enabled, so I assume I'll need to do something with
semanage as well.
If it is running VNC server at this point, I'm sure I can fix iptables, and maybe figure out SELinux. If it's running X, maybe I can too, but then in MobaXterm I'm not sure which service tool I'd use--I don't see one called 'X Server' unlike the one called 'VNC'.
Also, will I be able to connect successfully (even if there's nothing to see) if I haven't yet managed to actually install a VM?