I am using centos 6 on vmware workstation for educational purpose. i powered off centos with out shutting down and now when i again started centos on vmware work station it is not proceeding forwar... [by mutahhar]
On my windows 7 desktop with the help of Vmware workstation (Version 7.1),
created virtual machine and installed Centos 5.7 successfully using ISO image.
Query : Is this possible to upgrade the Centos 5.7 using Centos 5.8 ISO image to Centos version 5.8?.. if yes kindly guide me the procedure to upgrade.
I am running CentOS 6.3 under VMware Workstation and everything has been working fine until today. Today I installed some CentOS updates and also upgraded my version of VMware Workstation to 8.0.4... [by Qu0ll]
is anybody successfully using CentOS 6.4
with VMWare Fusion 5 on a Macbook?
I have tried moving a CentOS 6.4 VM from
VMWare Workstation on Win 7 (where it works well)
to VMWare Fusion on a Macbook Air (2013)
and when it boots it says:
Detected CPU family 6 model 69
unsupported hardware device
After that a progress bar is displayed at
the bottom and "CentOS 6
I have CentOS 5.8 installed as a client in VMware Workstation 8.0.2.During the install I did not choose a system configuration as I wanted a bare minimum install. Then in CentOS(using a... [by Xplorer4x4]
How to export virtual machine from VMWare Workstation 8 to another physical computer with installed VMWare Workstation 8? i.e. how to move snapshots between different instances of VMWare Workstation 8?
Virtual machine host's Linux CentOS.
Assume, source and target machines with installed WMWare are both run on Windows.
I've a machine that has a AMD Phenom quad-core, 8 GB RAM, 2 - 1TB drives using Raid-1. And on this I'm currently running CentOS 5.3 64-bit and under it I'm running VMware Server 2.0.2; Oracle 11g R2, Apache 2.2, JBoss 5.0, and some other things I like.
I have a very old (c. 2001) computer and the most recent version of Ubuntu that it can run is 11.4. I am thinking of replacing Ubuntu with Centos 6.5 but am not sure if the hardware can handle it. I am therefore trying to install Centos 6.4 on a virtual machine using VMWare Player 3.1.6. I user VMWare Player to install CentOS-6.5-i386 from an ISO.