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Re: [Xen-users] XCP 1.1.0 - how to use VNC for installing guest domains?

Am 11.10.2011 14:49, schrieb Mike McClurg:
On 11/10/11 00:51, Mark Schneider wrote:
Is it required to install an additional VNC server on XCP 1.1.0 dom0 box
(ip get access to VNC-windows for installing domU guests?
No, it's not necessary. XCP starts vncservers for each running VM
(including domain 0). I've attached a script that I use for attaching
vnc clients to VMs. The script assumes that you have root ssh access to
the host.

I'll upload this script to the wiki page that Todd pointed you to earlier.


Thank you very much Mike.

Your script is working perfectly. I have some other issues, however I will report them separately to the xen-users list.

E.g. when I try to start the same VM again (after breaking the first try to install) I am getting the following error (even it is a net-install and there shouldn't be any disk image due to my understanding):
# ---
[root@xcp-dev01 ~]# xe vm-start uuid=462614f1-5a4d-6fe2-6e74-141c2a9c3721
Error code: WARNING: /dev/xvda is not a disk image
Error parameters: Traceback (most recent call last):, File "/usr/bin/pygrub", line 746, in ?, raise RuntimeError, "Unable to find partition containing kernel", RuntimeError: Unable to find partition containing kernel,

Regards, Mark

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