I have an Ubuntu Server 12.04 setup with about 6 KVM VMs running. Guests are all x86 or amd64, host is a 2-socket Westmere Xeon box.
Now I want to create a new guest VM but this time the guest VM should run an armhf image (a Raspberry Pi image).
What I was expecting would work: open Virt-Manager, go through the usual setup steps to create a new VM and then choose QEMU and armhf as the architecture of the guest.
Why it did not work: I can only see x86 and amd64 as options for the architecture of the guest.
Is there anyway I can install QEMU support for armhf so that I can easily create armhf KVM guests on my server using virt-manager? I want to make as little changes as possible on the host. I do not want to use XEN or VirtualBox, it has to be KVM.