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I wanted to try libvirtd with virt-manager (I wanted to test migration.) on a virtual machine (without nested virtualization support enabled, so no kvm...), and I expected it to work (and use full emulation, qemu), but instead i receive the following error:

Error: No hypervisor options were found for this connection.

The qemu package is installed. Target is Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS.

Is this not a supported scenario?

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    What have you installed on the remote machine? – Michael Hampton Jul 20 '15 at 15:48
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    I have installed the libvirt-bin and the qemu package on the remote machine. I have tried again from scratch, and could not reproduce the original issue. This time it it all just worked after installing those 2 packages. Sorry about this. – Tarnay Kálmán Jul 20 '15 at 20:48
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I have tried again from scratch, and could not reproduce the original issue. This time it it all just worked after installing the libvirt-bin and the qemu packages on the remote machine.

So, it appears that this is indeed a supported scenario.

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When connecting to a host libvirtd can use a default path for the connection. if i remember that right :///system will be fine, whereas i.e. :///xapi would expect a specific listener.

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