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    Default Default is not active.

    My virtual machine does not start, it tells me default is not active.

    Through google I found a topic on this forum and tried something.

    Code:
    -- Journal begins at Wed 2021-09-29 11:47:03 CEST, ends at Mon 2021-10-18 14:36:40 CEST. -- 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost systemd[1]: Starting Virtualization daemon... 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: libvirt version: 7.8.0 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: hostname: localhost 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: Failed to initialize libnetcontrol.  Management of interface devices is disabled
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost systemd[1]: Started Virtualization daemon.
    
    
    Did I find the problem, and how to fix it permanently ?

    I already found I can get it working until the next reboot with
    Code:
    sudo virsh net-start default
    

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    Default Re: Default is not active.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gps2010 View Post
    My virtual machine does not start, it tells me default is not active.

    Through google I found a topic on this forum and tried something.

    Code:
    -- Journal begins at Wed 2021-09-29 11:47:03 CEST, ends at Mon 2021-10-18 14:36:40 CEST. -- 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost systemd[1]: Starting Virtualization daemon... 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: libvirt version: 7.8.0 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: hostname: localhost 
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost libvirtd[1047]: Failed to initialize libnetcontrol.  Management of interface devices is disabled
    okt 18 13:21:41 localhost systemd[1]: Started Virtualization daemon.
    
    
    Did I find the problem, and how to fix it permanently ?

    I already found I can get it working until the next reboot with
    Code:
    sudo virsh net-start default
    
    Hi
    Run;
    Code:
    virsh net-autostart default
    Ref: https://wiki.libvirt.org/page/Networking
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    Default Re: Default is not active.

    Thank you, that fixed it.

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    Default Re: Default is not active.

    Can I have qemu stop running when I quit kvm virtual machine manager ?

    I already tried to stop qemu-system-x86_64 ( ctrl +esp) but it refuses to stop.

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    Default Re: Default is not active.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gps2010 View Post
    Can I have qemu stop running when I quit kvm virtual machine manager ?

    I already tried to stop qemu-system-x86_64 ( ctrl +esp) but it refuses to stop.
    Hi
    You have to stop/shutdown the virtual machine, then exit virtual-manager?
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    Now I finally understand, how this works.

    When I choose in virtual manager, shutdown, with win 10 selected, I see windows shutdown, and then vm reports guest not running.

    After this nothing qemu under running processes.


    If I choose quit from the top left menu, I only stop the virtual manager, not the virtual machine. (so qemu keeps running)

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    Default Re: Default is not active.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gps2010 View Post
    Now I finally understand, how this works.

    When I choose in virtual manager, shutdown, with win 10 selected, I see windows shutdown, and then vm reports guest not running.

    After this nothing qemu under running processes.


    If I choose quit from the top left menu, I only stop the virtual manager, not the virtual machine. (so qemu keeps running)
    Hi
    Correct, you can always use virsh from the command line to start/stop as well....
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