Virtual Machine on Fedora

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Be sure to have installed libvirt - yum install @virtualization should get the most necessary item installed.

Next ensure that the virtualisation is started

]$ systemctl start libvirtd

If needed enable the libvirtd if you want it to be started at every boot

]$ systenctl enable libvirtd.service

When installing a new virtual machine do ensure that it runs on the kvm virtualisation, not the qemu - qemu is an emulator and run very slow.


Notice the Hypervisor