Virt-manager Like Tool For Android

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Hi all,

I use virt-manager as a way to give customers direct access to their
(virtual) servers. This is important for things like OS installs or when do admin work where the network is down. This means I have to install a little linux machine though as none of my clients are linux shops.

So I got to wondering; If I understand, virt-manager is more or less a hypervisor-aware VNC client, is it not? Is there anything equivalent for Android devices? Many of my clients have Android devices and are certainly more comfortable with those devices then with our linux appliance. I’d be interested in hearing if anyone has a similar solution to iOS devices, too.

Paid apps is fine, anything that does the job is good.

Thanks for any help/advice!

5 thoughts on - Virt-manager Like Tool For Android

  • Just a thought but how about a PHP script based web ap that interfaces with virsh?

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  • In my case, I’m looking for access to the VM desktop/terminal (as if I
    was sitting at a normal server’s monitor). This program gives me start/stop and info only.

    digimer

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