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Posted in Linux Server, Virtual Machine Manager | 15 Comments | 24,264 views | 27/07/2011 12:29

We finished CentOS installation on first part. I’ll show you how to install Hyper-V LIC and mouse support.

Step 19: After installation reboot server and using keyboard, stay at GRUB menu. Press “e” to edit.

Step 20: Select kernel and press “e” again to edit kernel arguments.

Step 21: Go to end and type “3″ to boot in multi user mode without graphical interface. Press “Enter” to save changes.

Step 22: Select kernel again and press “b” button to boot from that kernel.

Step 23: Login with root username and password. Type “uname -a” to see your kernel.

Step 24: Try to ping an ip address to check your network connection.

Step 25: Type the commands below to download integration components.

cd /home
wget http://www.yusufozturk.info/linux/tools/LinuxICv31.tar
tar -xvf LinuxICv31.tar

Step 26: After untar, go into “LinuxICv31″ directory and check files.

cd LinuxICv31
ls
cd x86_64

Step 27: Install “kmod-microsoft-hyper-v-rhel6-60.1.x86_64.rpm” on CentOS.

rpm -ivh kmod-microsoft-hyper-v-rhel6-60.1.x86_64.rpm

Step 28: Install “microsoft-hyper-v-rhel6-60.1.x86_64.rpm” on CentOS.

rpm –ivh microsoft-hyper-v-rhel6-60.1.x86_64.rpm

Step 29: If installation is successful, then you should see this message.

Step 30: After LIC installation turn off your VM.

Step 31: Remove emulated network adapter. Add new synthetic network adapter.

Step 32: Set same MAC address but configure it as static.

Step 33: You can use CentOS 6 Desktop with mouse support.

PS: Mouse support is only available with Hyper-V LIC v3.2 at the moment.