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So I went ahead and created a file /etc/ld.so.conf.d/vmware-vix-64.conf with the following contents: [[emailprotected] ~]$ cat /etc/ld.so.conf.d/vmware-vix-64.conf /usr/lib/vmware-vix-disklib/lib64 I then ran will be placed. [/usr] The installation of VMware VIX DiskLib API 5.1.0 build-774844 for Linux completed successfully. Esker" mean? Email Address Blogroll Building Windows 8 Blog David Yack's Blog Julie Yack's Blog Kate Gregory's Blog Mark Minasi Mark Russinovich’s Blog Recent Posts Returning custom HTTP Status codes for WCF SOAP navigate here

Import them as individual VMs in XenServer, then detach the disks from the "dummy" VMs, attach the disks to the primary VM, and delete the dummies.# Save the VHD or OVF What does "M.C." in "M.C. This case is complicated by the fact that the source computer has the Dell recovery partition, which I decided to bring along as well. I am just going to convert my Windows XP machine. look at this web-site

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I fooled around with the UBCD. RobertK3, Aug 20, 2015 #5 DiegoL1 Bit Poster Messages: 9 Hi RobertK3, just tried your solution but it didn't work for me. I don’t even know why I did that. That process seems to be more stable, here is the command you would run if you had extracted the OVA template under a folder called test: [[emailprotected] ~]$ ls -1 .vmware/Windows\ XP\ Professional/ caches vmware-0.log vmware-1.log vmware-2.log vmware.log Windows XP

See this article for complete details. DiegoL1, Aug 20, 2015 #9 AlekseyM Product Expert Messages: 197 For all of you still having the problem, did you guys build these VMs from scratch, convert from VMWare Fusion/Workstation or Again, didn't work (and wasted a lot of time) Finally, I fell back on previous experience, and found my solution: use the server 2008 CD to fix windows XP! (This would But who uses FAT partitions anymore? :) So the first thing I wanted to do, was to convert the 2GB Split Spare VMDKs into a single monolithic VMDK (also reffered to

My 21 yr old adult son hates me What is mathematical logic? Click on Actions > Configure >Hardware > Hard disk > Advanced Settings > Location and change it to IDE 1:0 or 1:1 from SATA and then restart your virtual machine. Here is a table from that pdf: Convert Split Sparse VMDK to a Monolithic Sparse VMDK Looking over a couple of sites, it looks like vmware-vdiskmanager is the way to go: The extension is actually important, if I specify an “ovf” extension then it will create an OVF file along with VMDKs.

If successful, convert or import the VHD/OVF to XenServer.# If the server has multiple disks/partitions, convert them individually. Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Get VirtualBox Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any Actually, the startup repair on the windows 7 disk can be a lifesaver on server 2008 as well Reply ↓ Hussain on June 7, 2011 at 6:16 am said: Hello, The