I'm unable to start a virtual machine with KVM.I'm using Centos 5.4I have installed all necessary rpms (to my knowledge), but as you can see from the output (below... [by Fresshness]
on 04/14/2010 – Made popular on 04/14/2010
I apologize for all my newb problems/questions. I installed and configured KVM on my server (Centos 6.5). I was able to use Virtual Machine manager locally on the server in the desktop gui and install a working Fedora guest machine.
Now I'm back to my laptop/client machine which is now running Linux Mint 16 (yes I have had about 5 different distros in the past week on my laptop).
I want to scp to my virtual machine( CentOS 6) from my Windows 8 machine. I have installed VMPlayer and installed CentOS 6 on my machine.I have enabled Bridged adapter setting.But still I cant see an ip for the virtual machine.
I used virt-manager to set up a virtual machine on my new system. I have fundamentally this same setup working under CentOS 5.6, but I really need to modernize.So, I started with funda... [by aiki_mcr]
Previously I have installed centos 6 in virtual box i had problems using it so i have removed that system and started fresh installation once again when i was installing for the first time the number of packages were more i.e above 1000 for the second time i can see around 663 packages installing how to install freshly
I have just installed Windows Server 2008R2 on a brand new Dell T320 Server to act as a hyper visor for an SBS 2011 VM.
As with all new builds I have;
Confirmed the CPU supports virtualisation.
Confirmed virtualisation is enabled in the BIOS.
Installed all device drivers.
Installed the Hyper-V role.
Rebooted at all Windows requests.
Installed all required updates.
i'm trying some arpspoofing on my home network in this days, but i've a problem that i'm unable to solve.
I use a wireless router, and i have a Mac pc with a vmware virtual machines where is installed the Backtrack 5, and a Windows pc.