Does linux have a vm-creator like utm

utm supports all architecture of cpus we can create vm of x86-64 riseV arm64 and other iso images on m1 arm. i just saw that so does linux have some thing like that as a tool to create vm on system with all cpu archite

Fedora has Gnome Boxes, but there are other options such as β€œCreate Virtual Machines Easily With QEMU-based Quickgui”, which is a front-end for QuickEMU.

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Using libvirt and virt-manager QEMU provides 24 different architectures in the VMs it supports. Simply click on the architecture options and select the arch you want to install as you create the VM.

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how to install virt manager on silverblue

Layer libvirt and virt-manager.