6 thoughts on - Vmdk

  • Have you specified the image type? I have experienced virt-manager not recognizing the image type (raw|qcow2) – specifying it solves the boot problem.

  • That’s right. Make sure the disk is the CentOS install you have..

    Boot into the CentOS 6 DVD and enter into rescue mode then chroot into your install, reinstall grub.

    Regards, Matthew.

  • Times like this, it might pay to use virt-manager. Just SSH -X
    root@$host – assuming you have X forwarding enabled in your SSH config.

    Regards, Matthew.