Posted in Linux Server, Virtual Machine Manager | 6 Comments | 11,830 views | 17/07/2011 20:02
We finished CentOS installation on first part. I’ll show you how to install Hyper-V LIC and mouse support.
Step 16: After installation reboot server and using keyboard, stay at GRUB menu. Press “e” to edit.
Step 17: Select kernel and press “e” again to edit kernel arguments.
Step 18: Go to end and type “3” to boot in multi user mode without graphical interface. Press “Enter” to save changes.
Step 19: Select kernel again and press “b” button to boot from that kernel.
Step 20: Login with root username and password. Type “uname -a” to see your kernel.
Step 21: Try to ping an ip address to check your network connection.
Step 22: Type the commands below to download integration components.
Step 23: After untar, go into “LinuxICv21” directory and check files.
Step 24: Install adjtimex for time source.
Step 25: After adjtimex installation, type “make”.
Step 26: Type “make install” to install Linux IC v21.
Step 27: After installation, you should be sure that VMBUS is started.
Step 28: Install Satori for mouse support.
Step 29: If you don’t have “xorg-x11-server-sdk”, install it with yum install.
Step 30: Try to install Satori again after yum installation.
Step 31: Go to eth0 configuration and edit it.
Step 32: Change eth0 to seth0 for synthetic device support. Also note MAC address.
Step 33: Change device config name as seth0.
Step 34: Turn off VM and go to Network Adapter Settings. Remove emulated device.
Step 35: Add a new synthetic network adapter with same MAC address and VlanID. But make MacID static.
Step 36: You can also increase vCPU count.
Step 37: Start your VM. Now mouse support and synthetic network device support is available in CentOS.
Posted in Linux Server, Virtual Machine Manager | 3 Comments | 12,491 views | 17/07/2011 19:55
I want to show you how to install CentOS 5.6 Desktop on Hyper-V step by step with mouse support.
Step 1: Start graphical CentOS installation and click next with space key on your keyboard.
Step 2: Choose language of CentOS.
Step 3: Select keyboard language.
Step 4: Confirm re-initializing partition.
Step 5: Select “Remove linux partitions and create default layout” and click next.
Step 6: Click yes to confirm removing all data.
Step 7: Click “Edit” button to configure IP address of the adapter.
Step 8: Assign IP address and subnet mask for the network adapter.
Step 9: Set hostname, gateway and dns addresses.
Step 10: Choose your region.
Step 11: Enter a password for VM.
Step 12: Select “Customize Now” to install extra components.
Step 13: Select “Development Tools” and “Development Libraries”.
Step 14: Click next to start installation of CentOS.
Step 15: If you see this screen, then you finished installation.
You can continue reading on Part 2.