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VMware Workstation comes with a feature called KVM Mode that will allow you to run your virtual machines as if they were connected to a KVM. You get a full screen experience, and you don't need to have the Workstation console open. You can also disconnect from the KVM mode and leave the VM running in the background and come back to it later. Plus, you can create desktop shortcuts for your VMs to have them start in KVM mode with just a click of the mouse. Here are the commands from the video. Just replace the VM vmx file path with your own and use quotes. Open a command prompt and navigate to C:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\VMware Workstation Start a VM in KVM Mode – Can’t be done if open in Workstation unless you close the tab first vmware-kvm.exe "D:\VMware VMs\Windows 11 New\Windows 11 New.vmx" Power off the VM vmware-kvm.exe power-off "D:\VMware VMs\Windows 11 New\Windows 11 New.vmx" Release the VM from the KVM vmware-kvm.exe detach "D:\VMware VMs\Windows 11 New\Windows 11 New.vmx" KVM Mode options vmware-kvm.exe preferences Exit KVM Mode vmware-kvm.exe exit Other options power-off[=hard] - Powers off the specified virtual machine. suspend[=hard] - Suspends the specified virtual machine. reset[=hard] - Resets the specified virtual machine. Check out our book (VMware Workstation Made Easy) that is designed to take your virtualization skills to the next level! 🤍 #vmwareworkstation #vmware
🤍 - This video discusses and demonstrates using VMware KVM Mode with VMware Workstation 10.x. VMware Workstation 10.x allows users to run Workstation in VMware KVM mode. This mode allows you to switch between active virtual machines using hotkeys. Virtual machines can be run in full-screen without launching the Workstation UI and manage their power state via CLI (command line interface). VMware KVM mode can be used as an alternative to run virtual machines only in full screen, allowing switching between them using a configurable hot key. Note: VMware KVM mode is only available for Windows version of Workstation 10.x. VMware Tools must be installed on the guest operating system. For additional information, check out VMware Knowledge Base article 🤍
In the first 60 seconds of this video I benchmark Virtualbox vs QEMU. Then follow my quick guide to get QEMU working on YOUR system! Guide: 🤍 Debian T-Shirt: 🤍 Support My Work - ►► Get notified of videos or live streams ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Crypto ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!
The choice of a virtualization platform determines your application stack performance, scalability, security and directly affects your overall cost. VMware has been a popular choice for virtualization, and offers the ESXi hypervisor and vSphere virtualization platform. Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is an open source option. KVM is part of Linux® and is gaining market share and becoming the standard for many cloud vendors. Watch this video to learn about the advantages of KVM over VMware. Topics include: • Complexity comparison • Performance and scalability • Management solutions • Software licensing advantages • Demo how to easily move from vSphere to KVM
On this episode of Veronica Explains, I explain the absolute basics of hypervisors generally, KVM specifically, and virt-manager graphically. Distro-specific KVM instructions referenced in the video: Fedora: 🤍 Ubuntu: 🤍
What is KVM ? Pro and Cons of KVM Pre-requisites for configuring the KVM Host Creating and Configuring the guest VM. Common KVM Management Tasks
Head to 🤍 to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code TECHHUT how to setup a Windows 11 guest virtual machine on our Linux host. We're going to be doing this in VMware as it provides better graphics performance for gamming and creative application. This also won't require GPU passthrough to get some decent performance. Commands and Sources: 🤍 00:00 - What we're doing? 01:34 - Getting stuff. 03:12 - VM setup. 06:14 - Windows install. (+regedit) 09:10 - Windows setup and drivers. 11:55 - Fixing network. 12:40 - Fixing 3D support. YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Sceptre 32" QHD Monitor: 🤍
Migrate máy ảo từ hệ thống VMWare WorkStation 11 sang hệ thống KVM, OpenStack Bài lab của mình sử dụng 2 giải pháp: Giải pháp 1: Sử dụng qemu-img tool convert VM trên VMWare định dạng file .vmdk sang KVM định dạng qcow2 Giải pháp 2: Sử dụng Clonezilla tool thực hiện backup và restore VM
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In this video I'll demonstrate how to create a bridge on Ubuntu 18 and where do you define it in virt-manager for your guest. I'll also show how to create a NAT. Here is a blog post from Red Hat regarding Introduction to Linux interfaces for virtual networking: 🤍 Like the video? click like Want to see more videos from this channel? Click Subscribe and don't forget to click the bell to get notifications about new videos which are coming soon.
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How to upgrade ESXi on a Cisco UCS using the KVM found in CIMC. KVM = keyboard, video, and mouse. The upgrade is from ESXi 6.5 to 6.7. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:10 - Intro 00:55 - VMs are shutdown 01:02 - Maintenance mode 01:09 - Shutdown host 01:12 - Access CIMC 01:19 - Launch KVM 01:38 - Activate virtual devices 01:44 - Map to the ESXi iso file 02:00 - Select the virtual drive as one time boot device 02:12 - Power on the host 02:22 - Let the install run 03:34 - Select the iso 04:36 - Choose to continue and accept EULA 05:09 - Select the drive for install/upgrade 05:45 - Choose upgrade 07:05 - Upgrade done - time to reboot 08:08 - System back online with new version ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ♫Music By♫ ●Ukiyo - Fast Forward ● 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
Table of Contents: If you just need the guide, it's linked below and step by step. This app is about the "how we got here" and "why its weird" also covers why VirtualBox and VMware Workstation don't work for this use case :( 0:40 What do we mean by "Seamless Mode" 1:20 Everyone needs Accelerated GPU sharing for Computer Hygene 1:58 This is different than VFIO which we've shown in the past, but there are bugs 2:32 that time stamp is 15:09, you're welcome :D 3:02 Why we need a usable industry-wide standard for sharing one GPU among multiple apps/OS 4:15 Steam support on native linux 5:39 Even though we have Proton, Crossover, Wine... Microsoft Office Still Sucks on "native" Linux and MS keeps breaking it 6:15 Virtual Machine is Flawless to run office, but no GPU acceleration (unless you VFIO) 7:25 VDI is this in the enterprise, but it costs way way too much 8:00 VDI more about control than cost savings, but is overdue imho for coming to consumers 9:05 Second GPU/VFIO passthrough but it has had landmines historically 9:50 AMD products for GPU sharing is much the same 12:30 Nvidia API can capture individual windows, including games, to seamlessly pass through but the API is not open on non-quadro cards 14:30 Qubes Similar Philosophy, but can't be used because the security of VDI or GPU sharing is not good enough or their project goals. 14:22 RemoteApp: Cornerstone of Seamless Mode 15:00 How Seamless works Remote App Setup 16:07 Run Explorer as your remote app (to launch more apps) - Kim Knights Registry Helper Thinige 16:55 WinApps as alternative to KimKnights Registry Helper Thingie 17:30 XfreeRDP there are bugs 19:20 More about the Guide for this Linked Below + Detailed Guide on The Level1Forum: 🤍 Thanks for watching our videos! If you want more, check us out online at the following places: + Website: 🤍 + Forums: 🤍 + Store: 🤍 + Patreon: 🤍 + L1 Twitter: 🤍 + L1 Facebook: 🤍 + Wendell Twitter: 🤍 + Ryan Twitter: 🤍 + Krista Twitter: 🤍 + Business Inquiries/Brand Integrations: Queries🤍level1techs.com *IMPORTANT* Any email lacking “level1techs.com” should be ignored and immediately reported to Queries🤍level1techs.com. - Intro and Outro Music By: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍
The Deploying Virtual Router Reflector (VRR) on CentOS KVM Learning Byte covers how to deploy Virtual Router Reflector (VRR) on CentOS KVM hypervisor. This learning byte is appropriate for network administrators who are trying to deploy vRR inside a CentOS based KVM environment. • Presenter: Maruf Yunus / Senior Lab Architect • Relevant to OS Releases: Junos 19.4R1 or later • Relevant to Juniper Platforms: vRR • On-Demand Training: Take a hands-on course…now! 🤍 • All-Access Training Pass: Access every course for a full year! 🤍 • Juniper Certification: Get started with the Juniper Open Learning program: 🤍
KVM virtual machines are standard fare in shared Linux servers. But here we will talk about using KVM in a desktop environment and strategize how to use it for privacy. KVM is an incredibly practical tool for coming up with private and secure approaches to a desktop experience. This video introduces some practical application of KVM and variants in use. This is not just an installation video. In this video we will demonstrate how to install KVM, which is very easy on Linux. Later in the video we will strategize the use of VM's in a way that is actually practical for daily driver use on a desktop. This includes demonstrating how to set up KVM on an external drive and thinking about linking it with cloud options. This video was done using Ubuntu 20.04 on a Starlabs Systems laptop. If you're interested in setting up a NextCloud server or your own KVM servers in the cloud, look into: Linode ($100 60 day credit offer) 🤍 COMMAND LINE Check for Virtualization Support egrep -c '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo sudo apt-get install cpu-checker kvm-ok KVM Install sudo apt install -y qemu qemu-kvm libvirt-daemon libvirt-clients bridge-utils virt-manager Install a VM by Command Line sudo virt-install name=ubuntu20.04-vm os-variant=Ubuntu20.04 vcpu=2 ram=4096 graphics spice location=/home/Downloads/ubuntu20.04.iso-desktop-amd64.iso network bridge:vibr0 Find VM Locations virsh list all virsh vol-list default cd /var/lib/libvirt/images Edit VM Locations on KVM virsh pool-destroy virsh pool-edit default virsh pool-start Edit Location in VM Config virsh edit ubuntu20.04 or virsh edit [domain] - I'm the Internet Privacy Guy. I'm a public interest technologist. I'm here to educate. You are losing your Internet privacy and Internet security every day if you don't fight for it. Your data is collected with endless permanent data mining. Learn about a TOR router, a VPN , antivirus, spyware, firewalls, IP address, wifi triangulation, data privacy regulation, backups and tech tools, and evading mass surveillance from NSA, CIA, FBI. Learn how to be anonymous on the Internet so you are not profiled. Learn to speak freely with pseudo anonymity. Learn more about the dangers of the inernet and the dangers of social media, dangers of email. I like alternative communication technology like Amateur Radio and data communications using Analog. I'm a licensed HAM operator. Support this channel on Patreon! 🤍 Contact Rob on the Brax.Me App (🤍robbraxman) for encrypted conversations (open source platform) 🤍 Premium VPN with Cloud-Based TOR Routing 🤍 Cybersecurity Reference 🤍 Privacy Focused Social Media - Open Source - Encrypted Communications 🤍 Store for BytzVPN, BraxWifi Router, De-googled Privacy Phones, Linux phones, and merchandise My GPG Public Key 🤍 Please follow me on Odysee! (Previously LBRY.tv) 🤍
In this video, I will perform the installation of QEMU/KVM with OVMFand Virt-Manager. You will see me troubleshooting as well and resolving the issue. After resolving the issue we create a new virtual machine with UEFI and boot it. Please comment and subscribe and let me know what you would like to see on this channel, place your questions, suggestions below in the comments. Have fun using Linux. = Please like comment and subscribe for more of these kind of videos. 🤍 Learn Linux: 🤍 Learn Arch: 🤍 Like my Facebook page: 🤍 See me on Twitter 🤍 #tondoeslinux #QEMU #KVM
Visit 🤍 for a 100$ credit on your new Linode account! There are plenty of use cases where people might need access to some specific windows apps, and running some of them on Linux can be a hassle. Wine has come a long way, but it still fails to run some of the most popular apps without a huge performance hit, like MS Office, or the Adobe Suite. Fortunately, there might be a solution to run these apps as if they were native to Linux. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on ODYSEE: 🤍 Or join ODYSEE: 🤍 The Linux Experiment merch: get your goodies there! 🤍 ## The Setup Set up the KVM machine: 🤍 Set up Winapps: 🤍 Run this to start libvirt: sudo systemctl start libvirtd Run this if the "default network" doesn't work for libvirt: sudo virsh net-start default Add this to the ~/.local/bin/winapps script : export LIBVIRT_DEFAULT_URI=qemu:///system Winapps is a script that will let you access windows applications, running on a windows virtual machine, right from your Linux desktop. It integrates a number of applications in your menu, so you can launch them like any native linux app, and they'll show up as "regular" Linux applications, in their own window, you won't need to use them in the VM's dedicated window. I left the links to the install guides in the description below, they're going to be way more detailed than what I could fit in a 10 minute video. My goal here is to try this out, see how well that works, and see if it's a viable alternative to other solutions, like dual booting. Still, just to sum up the steps, you have to create a KVM virtual machine using Virt Manager, edit a few parameters of the VM, add to it a second disk drive for the necessary drivers, install Windows 10 PRO on it, and then create a user account, install required drivers, add some registry entries through a file, rename the computer and enable RDP, and then install the apps you want to use inside of that VM. Then, you reboot the VM, and run a check to see if Winapps can connect to that virtual machine through that remote desktop protocol. Finally, you run the Winapps installer to detect the apps, and it will add them to your menu. So, how does it run? Well, it's really kinda nice. I only gave 2CPU threads to the VM, and 1GB of RAM, with the ability to go up to 4Gb, and still, every app started blazingly fast. By default, Winapps only autodetects a handful of applications, including the whole Adobe Creative Cloud suite, the whole MS office suite. In use, the apps showed up in my dock, I could resize the windows, move them around, minimize them, and interact with them as if they were native, although they don't use your window manager to display their window borders. I could also copy paste text from my Linux desktop to the windows apps themselves. Winapps also seems to bind these applications to the right file types, so you can open a spreadsheet using Excel through Winapps, and it will work just fine, and you'll be able to save it in place, without any issues. I tried running Word, Excel, and powerpoint, which all worked great. All features are accessible, the interface is snappy and responsive, it just works exactly as it would in windows. I had to remove a small argument in the start command for outlook to work, but after that it launched and operated as intended, with a weird tendency to maximize itself even when I told it not to. I also installed adobe Creative cloud, with more mixed results. Photoshop opened after a really long loading time, and it took even more time displaying anything and letting me create a new document. After that, it worked alright, although there was a noticeable delay when using a brush to draw my masterpiece on the screen. I'm pretty sure more advanced uses of this app, if they exist, will meet with a bit more friction and delays, but it's definitely usable once it's started. InDesign flat out refused to work, launching with a weird overlay on top of it, and never responding to any action I tried. Illustrator worked fine, I could open a blank template and play around with my incredible Illustrator skills. The "New documetn" window though, was trying to escape from my screen and not displaying anything apart from a cryptic title. In general, for the Adobe CC suite, it's a bit hit or miss
In this video I will be extending the KVM LAB on GCP which was done in my previous video by installing and configuring VMWare VSphere 6.7 environment with HA and DRS. The configuration has been done using two VMWare ESXi 6.7 VMs and deplyoing VMWare VCenter Appliance on one of the ESX VMs. Document Link with the Instructions used in the video: 🤍 My previous articles on Linkedin: 1. Legacy System Administration To Cloud Enabled DevOps Transformation Journey - Part 1 🤍 2. Legacy System Administration To Cloud Enabled DevOps Transformation Journey - Part 2 🤍 My Previous videos on YouTube: 1. Video representation of my Linkedin articles "Legacy To DevOps Transformation Journey - Part 1 & 2" 🤍 2. Virtualization Concepts - Part 1 🤍 Document Link: 🤍 3. Enabling nested virtualization for VM instances on GCP (Virtualization Concepts - Part 2) 🤍 Document Link: 🤍
3 modes of VM network connection: Bridged, NAT, & Host-only Today my topic is how virtual machines communicate with the network. Virtual machines can communicate with other virtual machines on the same host as well as other physical and virtual machines on the local area network. In order to do so, they need two virtual things: one is virtual NICs (vNICs); and two: Virtual Switches or virtual bridges. There are basically three network connection modes when we set up virtual NIC : bridged connection; NAT; and Host-only. My whole playlists: 🤍 Related Playlists Virtualization, VLAN, Trunking, VPN 🤍 Switching and Routing 🤍 Ethernet Basics 🤍 Keywords: VMs, virtual machines, physical machines, NICs, network Interface Card, vNICs, virtual bridge, virtual switch, DHCP, virtual DHCP, three modes of connections, bridged connection; NAT, Network address translation, Host-only
KVM - Kernel-based Virtual Machine Installation and configuration explained in detailed. In this Video explained difference between Desktop Virtualization vs Server Virtualization.
Ex-Google TheTechLead takes you and his mechanized dog Sunny on a walk to answer your #1 question. But the answer to Life is not so simple as "Linux." Don't get me wrong Linux is my choice for web & database backend servers. But, don't confuse a backend for a frontend unless the only thing you care about are backends. The funny thing is, as soon as you tell me (and quite proudly, I might add) that you primarily run Linux, I already know a ton about you. I know that you have no artistic ability that you're not into full-stack or front-end dev (no photoshop), you're not a photographer (no lightroom), and you're not into video editing (no premiere). I know you're not a software entrepreneur, as you would have needed full-stack development for that. I know you're not into remote collaboration with Google Drive (and Dropbox support is being ended soon). I know you're not an iOS developer (no XCode), or mobile developer at all (which generally requires Photoshop). I know you haven't honed your UX/product sense. Even if you dual-boot, I know you're in pain and will probably lose a bunch of data one day and have no idea what happened. You see that? In your search for "freedom," you have boxed yourself in like a caged rat. Join me in DeFi Pro and make passive income with crypto. 🤍 Join ex-Google/ex-Facebook engineers for my coding interview training: 🤍 💻 100+ Videos of programming interview problems explained: 🤍 📷 Learn how to build a $1,000,000+ business on YouTube: 🤍 💻 Sign up for my FREE daily coding interview practice: 🤍 🛒 All my computer/camera gear: 🤍 ⌨️ My favorite keyboards: 🤍 🎉 Party up: 🤍 🤍 Disclosure: Some links are affiliate links to products. I may receive a small commission for purchases made through these links. #techlead
DevOpsConf Russia 2018 Тезисы и презентация: 🤍 Во многих организациях в качестве гипервизора используется VMware в разных его ипостасях. Чаще всего в его бесплатном виде - в виде ESXi. У себя в операторе связи мы использовали его достаточно давно, начиная с версии 5.0. Разумеется, что у бесплатной версии есть ряд недостатков, которые успешно отсутствуют в платной версии продукта vSphere, однако модель лицензирования достаточно отпугивающая для малого бизнеса. А самое главное, что новые версии ESXi принесли целый ряд неудобств: - веб-интерфейс, который не работает нормально (старый программный интерфейс несовместим с новыми версиями); - сломан нормальный мониторинг RAID-массивов. … Нашли ошибку в видео? Пишите нам на support🤍ontico.ru
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This video shows how to disable the DHCP server in three different virtualization platforms: VirtualBox, VMware Workstation, and KVM. I show this so that the built-in DHCP servers don't conflict with the DHCP server we build in my webinars and training sessions. Website: 🤍 Discord Server: 🤍
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This video shows you how to download the modern.ie pre-built Windows 10 virtual machine for VMWare and then convert it to run under KVM on unRAID. This same procedure for converting could be used for other VMDK disk images as well.
In this video I show how to resolve problems with Kali as Host when you want to install Virtual Box Latest Version or VMWare Workstation Player VirtualBox Errors: vKernel driver not installed (rc=-1908) The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kernel module by executing. VMWare: Failed to build vmmon. Failed to execute the build command. Or different errors!
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How to enable Virtualization (VT-x) in Bios Windows 10 | UEFI Firmware Settings | 2019 To enable Virtual Technology or VT-x in a normal windows 8/8.1/10 and to go to BIOS/UEFI Firmware Settings you go to Change PC Setting Update and Recovery Recovery Click Restart in Advanced Options After Restarting Troubleshoot Advanced Options UEFI Firmware Settings and then you directly go to BIOS and in Configuration you will find Virtual Technology and enable it. BUT, in some laptops you will not find the option UEFI Firmware Settings in Advanced Options, in those cases there is a direct button to go to BIOS. For Example, in Lenovo G Series there is a Novo Button. After shutting down your laptop you click the Novo Button to go directly to BIOS. * Here's a list of common BIOS keys by brand. Depending on the age of your model, the key may be different. ASRock: F2 or DEL ASUS: F2 for all PCs, F2 or DEL for Motherboards Acer: F2 or DEL Dell: F2 or F12 ECS: DEL Gigabyte / Aorus: F2 or DEL HP: F10 Lenovo (Consumer Laptops): F2 or Fn + F2 Lenovo (Desktops): F1 Lenovo (ThinkPads): Enter then F1. MSI: DEL for motherboards and PCs Microsoft Surface Tablets: Press and hold volume up button. Origin PC: F2 Samsung: F2 Toshiba: F2 Zotac: DEL
This video demonstrates the use of virt-v2v to convert a VirtualBox ova export file to a qcow2 disk image and automatically import into KVM. For additional videos on Oracle Linux check out: 🤍oracle.com/goto/oraclelinuxlearning
Synology Active Backup for Business is a license-free software on Synology NAS, supporting backing up VMs in VMware vSphere, completely free of software licenses for unlimited VM backup. Learn how to create an agentless backup task & instantly restore your virtual machines with Active Backup for Business. Applied Model for Active Backup for Business: 🤍 Supported VMware editions for Active Backup for Business: 🤍 Active Backup for Business: 🤍 Active Backup Suite: 🤍