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[virt-tools-list] virt-manger: KVM is not available.



Hello!

I have a problem with virt-manage saying my KVM wasn't available.

System is Archlinux, libvirtd 0.9.0, Kernel 2.6.38.
CPU is a Phenom X4, supports virtualization.

modprobe kvm and kvm-amd works fine:

May  1 23:19:48 localhost kernel: [  750.262215] kvm: Nested Virtualization 
enabled
May  1 23:19:48 localhost kernel: [  750.262218] kvm: Nested Paging enabled

starting up libvirtd:

May  1 23:21:23 localhost kernel: [  844.527695] Bridge firewalling registered
May  1 23:21:23 localhost kernel: [  844.537781] tun: Universal TUN/TAP device 
driver, 1.6
May  1 23:21:23 localhost kernel: [  844.537784] tun: (C) 1999-2004 Max 
Krasnyansky <maxk qualcomm com>
May  1 23:21:23 localhost avahi-daemon[1370]: Withdrawing workstation service 
for .
May  1 23:21:23 localhost avahi-daemon[1370]: Withdrawing workstation service 
for virbr0.
May  1 23:21:23 localhost kernel: [  844.737116] ip_tables: (C) 2000-2006 
Netfilter Core Team
May  1 23:21:23 localhost kernel: [  844.752760] ip6_tables: (C) 2000-2006 
Netfilter Core Team


start virt-manager as user but granting root priviliges when asked on startup. 
When creating a new VM it says that KVM is not available.

qemu -enable-kvm has worked fine so far.

Why is that error message?

Thanks,

Florian


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