Finally what you said percolated through the layers of flint around
my mind :-) 'libguestfs' is in the AUR, not in the repos; although
its label is "Manages virtual machine images", I'll think it is
possibly mislabeled, will try it.|
On Fri, May 04, 2012 at 05:41:22PM -0500, Jonathan E. Brickman wrote:H'm. Well, I'm doing this on Arch Linux, and I don't seem to have a virt-inspector command.I'm not very familiar with how libguestfs is packaged for Arch Linux, except that I helped them a bit on extending febootstrap for Arch. It could be that virt-inspector is not packaged at all, or that it's in a different package (in Fedora we split libguestfs over about a dozen packages). You'd have to ask the Arch maintainers -- could be Nikos Skalkotos, who is a subscriber to this list.I did set up an area for guestfs successfully in virt-manager, but was not able to figure out how to find it in Windows.Do you mean that you used the inspection feature of virt-manager successfully?The guest is Windows 7 64-bit, if that makes a difference.We can inspect any Windows guest since Windows XP, 32 or 64 bit. The only reason we don't support earlier than XP is no one has tried it. Rich.