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A WebVirtMgr fork featuring basic ACLs, LXC and the old connections list template
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README.md

Deprecation WARNING

The upstream project (WebVirtMgr) is unmaintained since 2016, so also this project has been deprecated.

WebVirtMgr panel (a fork by daniviga)

Based on WebVirtMgr v4.8.9

https://daniele.vigano.me/blog/2014/11/webvirtmgr-with-lxc-support/

dashboard

Introduction

This personal fork is based on the great WebVirtMgr made by Anatoliy Guskov (retspen). WebVirtMgr is a libvirt-based Web interface for managing virtual machines. It allows you to create and configure new domains, and adjust a domain's resource allocation. A VNC viewer presents a full graphical console to the guest domain. KVM and LXC (with some limitations) are currently the only hypervisors supported.

What are the differences with the original one?

  • The old connections list page (with a table instead of boxes) has been backported
  • A very basic ACL support (users can access only a predefined set of VMs)
  • A basic LXC support through libvirtd (todo: LXC creation, remote console)

The fork is kept up-to-date with retspen's master.

Installation

See WebVirtMgr original wiki

License

WebVirtMgr has been originally developed by Anatoliy Guskov (retspen) and modified by me (daniviga). WebVirtMgr is licensed under the Apache Licence, Version 2.0.

The original README.rst can be seen on the orginal repo: https://github.com/retspen/webvirtmgr/blob/master/README.rst.

If you enjoyed WebVirtMgr please make a donation to the original project.