Exactly what I was after When I first installed this I was browsing on my phone and didn't see the description. I was expecting something along the lines of VMware support which I don't use. As soon as I saw it was libvirt capable, I was very stoked. I can't fault this app at all to be honest. Having the ability to support multiple hosts would be great, although I see that this is already planned for the next release. Keep it up. Fantastic work
Can't make connection I have used this app without problems on my Oneplus One. After my Oneplu One was stolen, I upgraded to a Oneplus 3. The Oneplus 3 is missing the hardware menu button which causes me to not be able to access the menu. This means the app needs a software menu button.
Hopefully has potential This app appears to do what I need (manage multiple vms) but only shows "Connect to Start" without a way to actually connect to anything. I guess Ill try again later. Good luck!
What it does, it does well. Pretty feature sparse at the moment, but the app does say it's under development, and lord knows that there are a ton of things you can do with KVM. Generally I'm pleased with the app. I would vastly prefer that it be short on features, but those features are rock solid, rather than it saying it had a bunch of features that don't work. For now, it's an excellent app that will give you information on your VMs, and allow you to start and stop the VMs
Good start I was (and in a way am still) looking for some android frontend to manage my libvirtd LXC containers. Though this software does not yet support lxc:/// connections, it shows a lot of promise. Though the app is still unusable for me, I'm looking forward to what this app may bring in the future.
Good idea - but missing features Useless without ssh key authentication! Also, consider integrating VNC client. Do these two things and I'd even pay for it :-)
Version 0.1 supports:
* VM Start/Stop (destroy).
* VM Info.
* Main domain info.
* All connections are over SSH.
IPMIView is a management software program based on the IPMI spec Rev 2.0.