I am doing a new install of Fedora Core 6, trying to use the virt-manager app to create fully virtualized guests on an Intel VT-enabled system. I have read the Fedora Xen Quickstart guide and have verified that the Xen kernel is running (via uname –r) and that Xen is started (via xm list). After starting virt-manager, clicking “Local Xen host” in the Open connection box, and clicking Connect I get the following error:
Unable to open a connection to the Xen hypervisor/daemon
- A Xen host kernel was booted
- The Xen service has been started
Has anyone else seen this?