[CentOS] Virtual manager and vhdx

Wed Aug 7 13:46:21 UTC 2019
Jerry Geis <jerry.geis at gmail.com>

I am trying to find out if Virtual Manager or qemu directly can take a
Hyper v vhdx file and use it "as is"...  I desire to not boot windows,
update the vhdx image I have created, etc...
I'd rather just have the vhdx image sitting on linux, boot the virtual
manager with the vhdx file, update what I need to update and shut back
down.   Is that possible ?