How do remote connections through virt-manager work?
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Richard W.M. Jones wrote:
| There are a number of reasons why this might not work.
| Libvirt over SSH requires passwordless logins (eg. using ssh agent).
| It also needs a netcat ("nc") program available on the remote side and
| the netcat program has to support UDP sockets -- this isn't true on
| Debian for example.
Are these requirements somewhere documented? I couldn't find this.
| Take a look at the virt-manager log file (in /root/.virt-manager) for
| more clues and also tell us what versions and operating systems you're
| actually running.
on the client side:
on the server side:
both machines run with RHEL5.2. On the server I can loging without a password
(my pub key is in /root/.ssh/authorized_keys)
Attached is the relevant part of virt-manager.log
Any more info I can provide?
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