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In "recent" linux kernels, the kernel detects the hypervisor for you and prints a message that is easily available with dmesg. This will tell you simply: dmesg | grep "Hypervisor detected" For example: $ dmesg | grep "Hypervisor detected" Hypervisor detected: VMware As for what "recent" means, I am unclear which kernel version it was officially ...


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I need X installed on the host too, right? You need an X server installed on the host only, and it will need to be running. You will need some X client libraries in the container (installing xbmc will presumably pull these in as dependencies), but not an X server. What exactly are "displays" (like :0 and :1) and do I need to set them? ...


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Apparently virtualization comes in several parts - in my case QEMU, Bochs and KVM (then Ubuntu 14.04). I found the easiest way to discover the hypervisor in use was: sudo apt-get install virt-what sudo virt-what which in my case returned simply kvm which was the basic information I was looking for (also the OP I think), because it tells me what I am ...


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Its possible run rhev 3.3 into a kvm virtualized machine. You have to enable cpu virtualization options (from BIOS), and then install RHEL as Operating System. Then, once installed RHEL, you have to install RHEV 3.3 (if your private channels are enable and whole). But, if you want to use KVM as hypervisor, it is not possible, for the reasons before ...


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What should I do? What did I do wrong? You created a unbootable iso. You should have read the README file which says: Boot from base1.img and follow the on-screen instructions to install the base system. That means you need to add a floppy controller to your VM and use the file named base1.img (actually "Base 01 (2.1a).img") as virtual medium instead ...


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What about this? # yum shell > remove fedora-logos fedora-release fedora-release-notes > install generic-logos generic-release generic-release-notes > run --> Running transaction check ---> Package fedora-logos.x86_64 0:21.0.5-1.fc21 will be erased ---> Package fedora-release.noarch 0:21-2 will be erased --> Processing Dependency: ...


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Had the same problem, reinstalled the driver. Here is what I did: Install CentOS 6.3 Download "Linux Integration Disk 3.4" for HyperV from microsoft Mount the ISO Image file. mount /dev/cdrom/media Run INSTALL.sh under Linux Integration Services CD's RHEL63 Folder. /media/RHEL63/install.sh Create IFCFG-ETH0 file. nano ...



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