I'm trying to run KVM on Raspberry Pi 2. Through Google I found that Cortex-A7 used in RPi2 supports virtualization extensions which needs GIC(Generic Interrupt Controller) for interrupt routing/control but Raspberry SoC uses a different modified Interrupt Controller.
I found this awesome post that showed how to hack RPi2 to run KVM virtualization and by following it, I successfully ran a VM using qemu-system-arm.
I tried to run a simple 'CirrOS' using 'virt-install' command after and nothing shows up after the 'escape character' line.
virt-install --connect=qemu:///system --name=cirros --ram=256 --vcpus=1 --disk path=cirros-0.3.2-x86_64-disk.img,format=qcow2 --import --network network:default --nographics
I'm trying to verify if 'libvirt' works okay which I need later in my project. I'm a beginner in this area and I hope someone can guide me. I'm not entirely sure if I should post this question in here or unix.stackexchange.com.