When installing Cloudmin from the GPL installer on CentOS7, you're given a system that is ready to run KVM virtual machines right after install.
I've purchased the professional version and downloaded the installer from my 'Software License' page. This version of the installer installs Cloudmin without any issues, but doesn't install any virtualization packages (I get this; the pro version can handle many other virtualization solutions so don't force an install).
I followed your instructions in the documentation under 'Setting Up KVM Virtualization' to try and get KVM up and running:
yum install kvm qemu qemu-img parted
Yum responds with 'No package kvm available', which makes sense as RHEL 7 has set up their own virt packages.
Since I'm going to use CentOS7 and KVM, would it make more sense to use the GPL installer which configures everything for you and then input my license into the Cloudmin install once it's up and running?
If I stick with the Pro installer, which CentOS7 packages are needed to work with Cloudmin Pro and KVM?