Thanks a lot, Gao. But i cannot see iso type, and i guess my problem is the virt-manager cannot connect to the localhost QEMU (nothing happened after i double click it) , and i added another connection which select "Connect to remote host" and it can be connected. (but it hasn't the browser local)And i run virt-manager under kris role. If i run it under root role, then i got an error message: "Error starting Virtual Machine Manager: no D-BUS daemon running".Do you know where the log dir of virt-manager? i want to find the reason why i cannot connect to localhost QEMU.Thanks again.KrisOn Mon, May 14, 2012 at 12:48 PM, xingxing gao <itxx00 gmail com> wrote:
virt-manager--double click localhost(QEMU)----Storage--click lower
left quarter(+)-name:iso type:dir ---forward---target
now you could copy your iso to /iso folder,and chown qemu.qemu /iso/***.iso
2012/5/14 Kris zhang <zhang kris gmail com>:
> _______________________________________________> Hi,
> I have a problem with create a VM by virt-manager: In the "Create a new
> virtual machine" dialog, i selected "Use ISO image" and input the
> /usr/local/my.iso. But it show an error dialog "Could not find the media
> '/usr/local/my.iso' after i click Forward button.
> If i click "Browser..." button, then the Browser Local button is grey,
> cannot click.
> My goal is to create a VM using a TinyCore unix ISO file, and i don't how to
> use Volume, and how to copy ISO into volume?
> I am newbie to use virt-manager and creating a VM, so any advice is
> Thanks in advanced,
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