On Thu, Nov 10, 2022 at 12:19 PM Rob Linden <rlinden(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I'm not sure if it's _possible_ to install oVirt on Ubuntu, but it isn't
There were efforts, several years ago, on porting oVirt to
Debian/Ubuntu. I do not think this ever matured enough for general
use. See also e.g. these, and note that they are all old and
From quick skimming, it seems like the above post describes how to
install an Ubuntu _VM_ inside an existing oVirt setup (which itself
does not run on Ubuntu - or at least, the post does not discuss that).
I have not tried that.
What You could do (and which is what I do, although not on Ubuntu) is to run a virtual
machine with qemu/KVM and on that VM You'd install CentOS Stream and there You can
install and run oVirt. I think that might be easier and/or more reliable (because it's
tested better) than getting oVirt to run directly on Ubuntu.
That's currently the best option for learning/playing/testing.
Good luck and best regards,