Category Archive: Virtualization

Jan 09

VMware : Could not get vmci driver version


I recently faced one issue.  While starting my VM in VMware workstation 12 in Windows 10, I got the following error :   You can resolve it as follows : -> Go to VM directory, i.e., folder in which you have saved VM disk images. -> Open directory of the VM that you want to …

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Apr 21

Installing KVM in Ubuntu

  KVM ,i.e, Kernel Virtual Machine  is a Linux kernel module that allows a user space program to utilize the hardware virtualization features of various processors. That is it provides a virtual environment in which we can run several operating systems utilizing resources of the host machines So before Installing KVM check if your system …

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Mar 20

Koding – Now develop in your browser

  Koding  provides cloud development environment where developers can come and code in a browser. It provides real servers (Virtual Machines) in which you can create and execute your code. You can do almost everything one can do on a real server. You can code in Ruby, C, C++, Java, Python, PHP ,i.e., in any …

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Mar 08

VMware player installation in OpenSuse

Follow the following steps  to install VMware Player   1.  Download VMware Player   2. Install the required packages [root]#zypper install kernel-desktop [root]#zypper install kernel-desktop-devel [root]#zypper install gcc make kernel-source   3. Go to the directory containing VMware-Player-[VERSION].bundle [root]#cd PATH_TO_VMware-Player-[VERSION].bundle   4. Make VMware player Bundle EXECUTABLE [root]#chmod +x VMware-Player-[VERSION].bundle   5.  Execute the package …

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Feb 27

Unknown OS type hvm

unknown os type

After fresh installation of  Virtual Machine Manager, when I created a new VM it displayed this error                           This was because all qemu packages were not installed So I installed all qemu packages [root]#zypper install qemu*                           (in opensuse) you can use [root]#yum install qemu*                                (in fedora or centos) It should have installed all …

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Feb 07

How to check whether your system supports Virtualization or Not


To check whether your system supports virtualization or not, open the file /proc/cpuinfo under flag section check if following flags are present : svm       :        Applicable for AMD processor vmx       :       Applicable for Intel processor If any of these flags is present it means your processor supports virtualization .    

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