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Installing virt-manager in Fedora 19 did not create a network bridge

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When I installed virt-manager in Ubuntu, it created a network bridge called virbr0. Now that I have installed virt-manager in Fedora 19, it did not create a network bridge. So how do I create a network bridge? Is virt-manager supposed to create a network bridge?

I installed virt-manager using the following command.

sudo yum install virt-manager

Are there any more rpm packages which I am supposed to install?

posted Aug 9, 2013 by Seema Siddique

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The bridge is created when you configure and start libvirtd.

answer Aug 9, 2013 by Abhay Kulkarni
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