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Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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Installing the KVM Software

When doing a fresh install of Fedora 7, KVM can be installed by selecting KVM in the Base Group in the installer.

For existing Fedora 7 installations, the KVM package and virtualization tools can be installed by running the following command:

  • # yum install kvm virt-manager qemu
    
    
    

This installs the required packages and their dependencies. Note that KVM is included in the regular kernel; booting into a special kernel is not required.

Fedora Core 7 (FC7) Xen/KVM Guide
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