is the GUI for (remote) control a Virtual machines and entities (aka
Qt VirtManager). The application is designed for (semi-)professional usage and contain external viewer (aka
Qt Remote Viewer) for accessing to (remote) VMs or desktops.
Uses Qt as framework for GUI.
Uses Spice client viewer for graphic consoles to guest domains (VMs).
Development occurs based on the package database of Fedora.
Applications are present as packages:
in repo (Qt5 only):
dnf install qt-virt-manager or only
dnf install qt-remote-viewer
in Fedora Copr:
dnf install qt4-virt-manager or
dnf install qt5-virt-manager or only
dnf install qt4-remote-viewer or
dnf install qt5-remote-viewer
HomeBrew for OS X
Main window for control state and common operations with connections and related (aka virtual entities) virtual machines (VM), networks, storages, interfaces, secrets, network filters.
VM Viewer for graphical control a VMs with support graphic channel.
Note, that there is implemented same external
VM Viewer (aka
Qt Remote Viewer). Therefore at too long usage of manager is recommended to use this external viewer. The external viewer (unlike internal) can't control VM, create snapshots etc., but also can be used for accessing to remote SPICE/VNC desktops.
Qt Remote Viewer:
VM Viewer for graphical control a lxc-containers.
Task Warehouse window for viewing parameters and states of current tasks.
VM Settings window for create/edit a virtual machines (domains).
Network Editor with Assistant mode for trivial networks or Advanced mode for complex and elaborate networks.
Advanced Network editor:
Network editor Assistant:
Control Virtual Network Filters aka
Network Filter Editor aka
Does not contain platform-specific components.
Licensed under GNU GPLv2+.
Request the issues & features
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An additional view mode for
Main window controls through mouse actions and shortcuts. The
Dock page :
Soft Touched mode have one base window with various content.
Virtual machines (aka Domains):
They can be replaced one for the other using the mouse wheel. Also you can use the graphical pointers for navigation between the docks with virtual entities: