I don't supposed there is any kind of schedule for when 3D
graphics support might be available for Windows virtual machines?
At the moment VMWare appears to be the only system that
will run software that needs opengl to work, but I'd really
prefer to be able to use qemu, libvirt, and friends :-).
I'm happy to announce the release of virt-manager 1.1.0!
virt-manager is a desktop application for managing KVM, Xen, and LXC
virtualization via libvirt.
The release can be downloaded from:
The direct download links are:
This release includes:
- Switch to libosinfo as OS metadata database (Giuseppe Scrivano)
- Use libosinfo for OS detection from CDROM media labels (Giuseppe
- Use libosinfo for improved OS defaults, like recommended disk size
- virt-image tool has been removed, as previously announced
- Enable Hyper-V enlightenments for Windows VMs
- Revert virtio-console default, back to plain serial console
- Experimental q35 option in new VM 'customize' dialog
- UI for virtual network QoS settings (Giuseppe Scrivano)
- virt-install: --disk discard= support (Jim Minter)
- addhardware: Add spiceport UI (Marc-André Lureau)
- virt-install: --events on_poweroff etc. support (Chen Hanxiao)
- cli --network portgroup= support and UI support
- cli --boot initargs= and UI support
- addhardware: allow setting controller model (Chen Hanxiao)
- virt-install: support setting hugepage options (Chen Hanxiao)
Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release through testing,
bug reporting, submitting patches, and otherwise sending in feedback!
Third times the charm! With the ongoing F21 alpha delay, I requested the virt
test day to be pushed back yet again. Now it's on Thursday September 25th.
Check out the landing page for more info on the test day:
Since I'm tired of making these announcements, even if F21 is delayed some
more I won't be rescheduling the test day again, so September 25th is the
super official date. :)