I've been developing on Fedora 16 but as Aaron mentioned, it uses
libvirt so the actual KVM interactions are abstracted and the OS
shouldn't matter too much. The RHEV Manager uses libvirt under the
hood to control VMs on RHEV Hypervisors -- which are running KVM. I
haven't worked first-hand with RHEV but there is probably some overlap
between what the RHEV Manager does and what VCL does. It would
probably be fairly easy to add RHEV support to VCL.
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Anu Chirinos <a...@fiu.edu> wrote:
> The the VLC KVM development based on RHEV?