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Re: Running qemu guest in background

From: Jonas Konrad
Subject: Re: Running qemu guest in background
Date: Sat, 16 May 2020 12:29:49 +0200
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Have you considered using libvirt? It is specifically designed to run VMs as a daemon.

If you want to stick with qemu only, something like a systemd service should do.

- Jonas

On 5/16/20 12:18 PM, Mahmood Naderan wrote:

I want to start a qemu vm in the background. The guest is windows and When I use |-nographic| or |-curses|, it seems that the terminal which I run the qemu command won't get free.

I have installed anydesk on the guest and there is no need to see the qemu guest window at the moment. I also tried -daemonize where I can see the return to the terminal prompt, but the guest window is shown and when I close it, the guest vm is killed.

What should I do then?


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