Create KVM VMs and configure static IP [in 2023] | Debian 12 | Ubuntu 22.04

In this video tutorial, you will learn how to create a virtual machine in KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and configure a static IP address. Follow along as we guide you through the process step-by-step.

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We start by creating a directory named “images” and copying the ISO image file into it. Then, using the “virt-install” command with appropriate options, we create a new virtual machine, specifying details like name, RAM allocation, disk storage, OS variant, and more.

After the installation starts, we open the Virtual Machine Manager UI to complete the installation process. Once the installation is complete, we explore how to manage virtual machines using the command line and the “virsh” command.

To access the virtual machine console, we run the “virsh console” command, but we encounter an error that we address in a separate video.

Next, we find the IP address of the virtual machine using the Virtual Machine Manager and establish an SSH connection to the VM. This allows us to manage the virtual machine remotely.

To configure a static IP address, we identify the network interface, modify the netplan configuration file, and apply the changes using the “netplan apply” command. We troubleshoot warnings and ensure proper connectivity.

Join us in this comprehensive tutorial and learn how to create a virtual machine in KVM and configure a static IP address. Watch now and get started on your virtualization journey!

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