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Re: [Fedora-xen] Newbie Virt Questions and comments on wiki/Docs/Fedora8VirtQuickStart



--- John Summerfield <debian herakles homelinux org>
wrote:

> Sam Folk-Williams wrote:
> > Aaron Metzger wrote:
> >>
> >> I am trying to migrate my virtualization
> infrastructure from a pure 
> >> Xen implementation to the more versatile Fedora
> virt-manager Xen/KVM 
> >> environment.  While doing this, I have hit some
> snags related to areas 
> >> in which pure Xen documentation no longer applies
> due to the presence 
> >> of lib-virt et al.
> >>
> >> First a minor comment on the
> Fedora8VirtQuickStart (draft I know):
> >>
> >> The section:
> >>
> >>> Building a Fedora Guest System using
> `virt-manager`
> >>
> >> no longer applies because between Fedora 7 and
> Fedora 8 there no 
> >> longer appears to be a "New" button or a "File
> New" option in 
> >> virt-manager.  It would appear that the only way
> to create a DomU is 
> >> by way of virt-install.
> >>
> > 
> > The doc needs updating. I did some updating this
> weekend. The button is 
> > not as obvious now but it is still there (you have
> to right-click on the 
> > hypervisor to see the "New" option. I'm not sure
> why this changed, but I 
> > have updated that bit.
> 
> That's bizarre. According to the web site, you
> employed "UI Interface 
> Designers."
> 
> I think you need new designers, that's far from
> intuitive.
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> 
> Cheers
> John
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