[MVLUG] fedora virtual machine

Jonathan Lindsey jlindsey at 3drc.com
Fri Jan 21 16:38:40 MST 2011


Yes.



HA.. Yeah just import it directly from the stick, you need both files.

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Jonathan Lindsey
Network Engineer
3D Research Corporation
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On 01/21/2011 04:11 PM, Joe Pfeiffer wrote:
> Don't know if it's my configuration, something inherent in virtualbox,
> or something inherent in fedora...  but geeeez it's slow on both my
> laptop and my home workstation.  We'll see how things go...
> 
> I've exported the machine I made as an appliance.  It looks like it
> created two files, a .ovf and a .vmdk.  Presumably both are needed...
> over on the Windows side, what is the procedure for importing the VM?
> Is it sufficient to put them both on a USB stick, plug it in, install
> virtualbox on the target machine, and specify to import the .ovf file
> from the stick?
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