I'm running Ubuntu 10.04
I installed kvm and virtual manager and created a guest OS. Everything worked fine until I rebooted my pc. After reboot libvirt was not running despite of init script inside /etc/init.d If I start it manually it works. It's just annoying to do it manually every time. Is there a way I can debug why my libvirt fails to start automatically?
As I said I'm using virtual manager to create and run my guest OS. Initially I installed my first os (Windows 7) from .iso file on USB drive, and when I disconnected that drive after guest OS installation, virtual manager complained about missing .iso file. Basically it fails to start without .iso.. If I plug back that USB drive - it works. Is it how it's suppose to be? I was thinking that once you installed your guest OS on a virtual hardrive space, you don't need .iso file any more..
Would appreciate any addition information on that topic.
Thanks a lot!