Virt-manager vs Cockpit Web Console on Fedoras 40 Beta,39,38 and other Linux Flavors

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Mar 29, 2024
2:09 AM EDT
Having virt-manager installed makes presence of Cockpit Web Console optional . It's nice to have Cockpit Console installed, however it is not required. Presence edk2-ovmf is a must. Situation is the same on Tumbleweed, Ubuntu 22.04, Debian 12.(X), Manjaro Linux 23.1.3. If my understanding of functionality of virt-manager is wrong, please, advise . I've placed a couple of snapshots here Virt-manager allows to deploy KVM guests in UEFI mode with no problems .

UPDATE as of 03/31/24

Same procedure - Virt-manager && Deploying KVM Guests in UEFI mode on AlmaLinux 9.3 was tested. Bridge was installed via nmcli to avoid any involvement of cockpit.service. See for detailis Everything works on AlmaLinux 9.3 as on openSUSE Tumbleweed. KVM Setup on AlmaLinux 9.(X) follows standard guide lines. Snapshots were placed in

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