[CentOS] SELinux and KVM

Kai Schaetzl maillists at conactive.com
Mon Nov 9 22:31:24 UTC 2009


James B. Byrne wrote on Mon, 9 Nov 2009 14:48:50 -0500 (EST):

> I am afraid I am not seeing the logic behind this sort of install
> cockup.  If qemu is not supposed to be used at all then why is it
> even available 

because you enabled rpmforge and installed qemu. *You* did that, not CentOS. I 
suppose you were going by some tutorial that isn't quite right (anymore)?

> =
> Installing:
>  kvm                    x86_64    83-105.el5_4.9               updates    828 k
> Installing for dependencies:
>  celt051                x86_64    0.5.1.3-0.el5                base        51 k
>  etherboot-zroms-kvm    x86_64    5.4.4-10.el5.centos          base       126 k
>  kmod-kvm               x86_64    83-105.el5_4.9               updates    1.2 M
>  libogg                 x86_64    2:1.1.3-3.el5                base        18 k
>  log4cpp                x86_64    1.0-4.el5                    base       506 k
>  mesa-libGLU            x86_64    6.5.1-7.7.el5                base       225 k
>  qcairo                 x86_64    1.8.7.1-3.el5                base       499 k
>  qffmpeg-libs           x86_64    0.4.9-0.15.20080908.el5      base       273 k
>  qpixman                x86_64    0.13.3-4.el5                 base       109 k
>  qspice-libs            x86_64    0.3.0-39.el5_4.3             updates    228 k

see any sign of qemu?

I did the same for virt-manager. Again, no sign of qemu.

I suggest you go to the centos-virt list, your questions are all virtualization-
specific. Maybe the archive already helps?




Kai

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