Could someone perhaps add that bit of information to this page then?
“Hyper-V, HyperKit, Virtualbox and KVM are all natively used…”
Then further down the page under ‘Getting started’, the first tip is to launch a new instance with
multipass launch --name ubuntu-lts
but that’s not going to work in most cases, is it?
Or am I misunderstanding the problem here? I have a Windows 10 Pro workstation running on Intel i5 9th gen with virtualization enabled and virtual box as the hypervisor, but when I run
ubuntu@primary:~$ multipass launch --name myVM
launch failed: CPU does not support KVM extensions.
Seems the instructions are bare bones on that page.
This helped: Installing Multipass for Windows
Turns out I was trying to create an instance within an instance by using the icon in the task tray to open the shell and launching a new instance like that. Please update the documentation?