I have installed Windows 7 Ultimate 7600 on my HP500 Laptop, but I want to try other linux distro such as Debian. I have installed Debian 5.0.3 with VMware Workstation 7.0.1 on my machine instead of really installed it.
Details is as follows:
1.Download vmware 7.0.1 and Debian Lenny 5.0.3 seperately.
This is the story:
I had a computer with debian lenny (or squeeze?, I don't remember), and a data acquisition card. The card wasn't working properly and I though that "maybe" it was some library problem, and since I compiled the driver, I didn't know what to do.
this is my first time cloning a vm ubuntu 12.04 production server on a mvware esx enviroment. Thus I´m a bit scared of lose sight of something. The Server is nothing more than a webserver apache + postgresql Database, and uses openssh, Nagios for Monitoring and Amanda Backup by the way.
Installing VMware Tools On Debian Lenny 5.0.2 With Gnome Desktop On ESX Server 3.5 Update 4
time to time, installing VMware Tools on a Linux guest will cause you
some grief. While there are lots of howto's, usually they're for
VMware Workstation. Here's one that works in Debian/Lenny 5.0.2 on
ESX Server 3.5 Update 4.
I have a HP Proliant DL380 CentOS 5.10 server that I'd like to clone to a VMWare VM. I have successfully cloned it to identical hardware using Clonezilla, however when I try to restore it to a VM it appears to clone successfully, but on boot I get an error message:
I can't find much information on how to perform a clone like this and I think I might be missing something.
I configured freeradius version 2.2.0 running on Ubuntu 12.04 to authenticate against active directory and it is working fine until I decide to clone (vmware) the machine.
Once the machine is clone I changed the IP address, hostname in (/etc/hosts and /etc/hostname) and also changed the name in /etc/samba/smb.conf
Finally I tried to join the clone machine using net join U administrator unfort