I may just have bad ISO files - except that I've burned real DVDs from these ISO files and the DVDs work on physical machines. I'm trying to set up a Fedora 19 system as a RHEV 3.2 virtual machine. I can boot my VM from any number of ISO files in my ISO domain, just not the F19 ISOs. I was finally able to capture a screenshot of the console - when I boot any VM from either my 32 bit or 64 bit F19 ISO, the VM blows up with this error on the console:
[5.306867 ioremap error for 0x3ffff000-0x40000000, requested 0x10, got 0x0
and then powers itself off. The error happens whether I select the option to test the media or just do the install. A couple seconds after I select my option, the console screen flashes the error above, then goes white, then goes away and the VM shuts itself off. It's as if a driver somewhere doesn't get along well with the virtual hardware it's running on.
Has anyone else built up an F19 VM in a RHEV 3.2 environment? Meantime, I'll see if I can wget another set of ISO files directly from somewhere and see if those work any better.