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In the BIOS I had to change the following settings Security > Execute Disable (set to On) Performance > Virtualization (set to On) Performance > VT for Direct I/O Access (set to On) Performance > Trusted Execution (set to Off) In my case first 3 i have already turned on, and what i had to turn off was Performance > Trusted Execution Thanks to ...


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The default video driver for KVM/qemu libvirt type VMs is the cirrus driver and that is the root issue. Years ago, there were problems with the vmvga driver, and cirrus was made the default. Issues with the vmvga driver have long since been fixed. For a new VM defintion, specify the vmvga driver. To fix an existing VM then use virsh edit and change this ...


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You can implement OpenStack over Debian or vSphere. Reference Blogs VMware Integrated OpenStack : First Look OpenStack Documentation OpenStack Installation Guide for Ubuntu 12.04/14.04 (LTS)


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Seems to work for me (booting LXC instance using cirros qcow2 image inside LXC host inside KVM guest on top of KVM host; Icehouse release). Did have to manually create a few nbd nodes: stack@ctl-template:~/devstack$ ls -l /dev/nbd* brw-r--r-- 1 root root 43, 0 Apr 13 14:31 /dev/nbd0 brw-r--r-- 1 root root 43, 16 Apr 13 14:33 /dev/nbd1 brw-r--r-- 1 root ...


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The error above turns out to mean: "not sufficient system memory to load ramdisk". So if I start qemu with -m 512 then everything works as expected. On the other hand I'm a bit puzzled which resources tells me the minimum system requirements for Ubuntu 14.04. For example this page says it's 512 MiB RAM and 5 GB of hard-drive space while this page tells me ...


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I am on 14.10 64-bit. Kernel 3.19. The following steps worked for me under VMware Worstation 11 and VMware Player 7.1.0: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/VMware#3.19_kernels


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You can achieve your goal by bridging the virtual NIC of VM1 to eth1 and that of VM2 to eth2. Both settings are to be applied in the properties of the VMs on the host. Both VMs need IP addresses from your home network (easiest through DHCP)


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Enable Intel (R) Virtualization Technology and Intel (R) VT-d Feature in BIOS settings.



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