I'm running Red Hat 4.7 as a guest OS on Fedroa 10 (updated to latest), using KVM/qemu. Everything seems to be going fine, RH4 installs, boots, sees the network
over a bridge. However, from virt-manager when I click on Reboot, I get
a python error saying reboot is not supported, and if I click on
Shutdown nothing seems to happen. Only Force Shutdown seems to have any
Also, after a little over an hour RH freezes up, i.e. won't ping, can't connect over virt-manager's vnc. The host OS (Fedora 10) seems fine, nothing in /var/log/messages, and when I restart the guest os (RH4) there's nothing in it's /var/log/messages either.
Any ideas? Or pointers?
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