I have a CentOS 6.4 box that I'm trying to set up a VM on to run WinXP.
This box doesn't have VT, which may not be ideal, but I'll settle for less than ideal.
Apparently I should be able to install a kqemu kernel module and then use
--virt-type kqemu with
virt-install, and it should at least run, albeit slowly.
$ sudo modprobe kvm FATAL: Module kvm_intel not found.
kqemu. Okay, so:
$ sudo yum install kvm Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: less.cogeco.net * extras: www.cubiculestudio.com * updates: centos.mirror.rafal.ca Setting up Install Process No package kvm available. Error: Nothing to do
And same with
qemu (despite the official docs). Meanwhile:
$ virsh capabilities ... <domain type='lxc'> </domain>
The docs say that this last one should tell me which hypervisors are available, but I want to install WinXP on the VM, so LXC will not do the trick.
How can I get
kqemu or even just
qemu to show up in