Tag Archives: qemu

Getting Started with Gnome Boxes

Gnome Boxes is meant to be an easy and quick-starting software for Qemu virtual machines. I have already blogged about Qemu with KVM Virtual Machine Manager. These tools are powerful but require time to get familiar with them and tweak them correctly (I tried to provide some hints in my previous posts about these tools). […]

A quick look at Quickemu

I have already blogged in the past about kvm/qemu. Using the “Virtual Machine Manager” might not be straightforward initially. I’ve heard about Quickemu, which has this goal: Quickly create and run optimised Windows, macOS and Linux desktop virtual machines. In this blog post, I’m describing my experience with quickemu in Arch. The package is available […]

KVM Virtual Machine Manager and Virtual Machines on external drives

Last year, I blogged about my first experiences with KVM and Virtual Machine Manager. Then, I stopped using KVM because I’ve always found VirtualBox easier for my experiments. In particular, with VirtualBox, it is trivial to store virtual machines on an external drive (I mean, a fast external SD, of course): you specify to use […]

Getting started with KVM and Virtual Machine Manager

After playing with VirtualBox (see my posts), I’ve decided to try also KVM (based on QEMU) and Virtual Machine Manager (virt-manager). The installation is straightforward. In Ubuntu systems:

In Arch-based systems:

Then, you need to add your user to the corresponding group:

Reboot, and you’re good to go. In this post, I’m […]