[SOLVED] Linux virtual machine
- date: April 12, 2013
Currently I am downloading OracleLinux-R6-U3-Server-x86_64-dvd.iso for my windows 7
Can I know for this iso which virtual machine software will be good to install
my PC info is below
Manufacturer : Dell
Processor : Intell(R)core(TM)[email protected]
RAM : 8GB
System Type : 64-bit Operating System
Installing Virtual Machine Using Kickstart file Question (RHCSA)?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 12, 2013
Hello everyone, i'm very close to my RHCSA exam and i'm preparing for it, and i'm going pretty well except for this one thing which confuses me, i should modify a given ks file with specific ip address and hostname then use that file to install a virtual machine.
Now i'm confused with the bestway to do this, modify the ks file and installing a virtual machine using ks, If someone please show me the best way to do that.
Non bootable image for a virtual machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 21, 2013
I'm using the lguest hypervisor for academical purposes.
Because lguest is paravirtualization hypervisor it accepts as an argument a kernel to boot with.
I would like to know how to create a non bootable root fs image of a well known distribution, as I need some basic utilities as gcc and gdb.
Thank you and best regards,
how to know the remote machine is Virtual machine or physical machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 14, 2011
when i see the out put of cat /proc/cpuinfo
48bit for vm
38bit for physical
or their is any way to identify that this is a vm or physical machine
Not getting the linux virtual machine access from host
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 17, 2013
i have setup the jdk and apache server in RHEL5 in a virtual machine . i want to access the 8443 port from the windows browser and i also tried https://192.168.100.155:8443 as 192.168.100.155 is a ip for linux vm but didnt get the access ... please guide me
file sharing between a virtual machine and the host machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 24, 2006
I am wondering whether there is a way to share files between a "real" OS and another which I am running in VMWare virtual machine.
When I log into my router it obviously shows only one machine, so to my understanding, I can not use that single machine's IP to define which machine I want to connect to, as it is identical to that of the "other" machine.
Is there a way to make the host machine and the virtual machine running on it behave as two separate machines which can access each other like two machines in a regular local netwrok?
(So far the only simple way I was able to move files between them was to start an apache server on one of them, and then enter the IP of the machine in the local network to access the files the server is able to serve using a browser.)
Please note that my knowledge in networking is less than basic. Thanks in advance.
How much base memory to allocate for the virtual machine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 8, 2013
My laptop has 1 GB RAM.
I today installed Ubuntu 12.10 in my virtual machine. Host OS is Windows 7.
I allocated 480 MB of base memory for the virtual machine. The Ubuntu was running so slow that it was completely useless and time wasting to run that. Everything I was doing in Ubuntu was happening in slow motion. Not only this, my host OS Windows was performing very very slow and impossible to work.
So, is there any go orelse I should remove my virtual machine.
Issue faced while installing Linux in virtual machine in Oracle virtual box
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2013
I have successfully installed the virtual machine in Oracle VM virtual box. Then I downloaded 32 bit Liunx OS. It's Fedora 16 (size=605 MB, the name of the file I downloaded is : Fedora-16-i686-Live-Desktop.iso). I then tried to install it but got an error that "an error has occured. please log off and try again". I clicked "log off" and it seemed that some operation was going on. I thought the OS is getting installed but the screen didn't show any sign to confirm that OS is getting installed. I didn't do anything and then after more than an hour later got a message "GNOME failed to start properly....".
Then after waiting for quite a long time, not sure what to do, I went to my virtual machine. Changed the boot order to hard disk 1st and clicked start. But couldn't get my Linux. The same 2 errors were shown this time also.
Do I need to download again the iso file of Linux.
I wanted to attach the screenshots but I don't find any option for attachment.
[SOLVED] unable to connect console of a virtual machine on oracle vm manager
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 13, 2013
I have installed Oracle VM manager 3.2. Also installed VNC viewer on client system.
Getting error while trying to connect VM console. Please refer the attached screenshot.
[SOLVED] Virtual Machine cannot access the internet
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 19, 2012
I've setup a virtual machine on VirtualBox. The virtual machine is an Ubuntu Server 12.04
While I can access this virtual machine from the LAN, the virtual machine cannot seem to access the internet. Even if I try
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