Virtualization, and Virtual are wonderful buzzwords now-a-dayâ€™s arenâ€™t they? It seems with some format modification, webcasts have now become â€œVirtual Conferencesâ€ or â€œVirtual Seminarsâ€. Itâ€™s a cool concept though, especially because I have an allergy for airplanes/travel. Here are some coming up this month. (From Brian Madden)
While itâ€™s well documented, and all over the place, it still seems to keep coming up. So Iâ€™ll say it here again. Current and past versions of ESX do not support USB. Here is VMwareâ€™s KB on the matter.
Image By: blentley Till? Guess. Iâ€™m sure you can speculate. I assure you, that while I may be excited about it, the rest of you wont be. The rest remains a thought exercise for the reader. Leave your guesses in the comments.
Found this in VMwareâ€™s KB 1005278 [root@esx root]# adduser -u 0 -o -g 0 -G 0,1,2,3,4,6,10 root2 [root@esx root]# passwd root2 Changing password for user root2. New UNIX password: Retype new UNIX password: passwd: all authentication tokens updated successfully. After spending some time in the adduser man page, I found that while long, that command[…]
After spending twenty minutes writing an intro for this, I decided to give up. Suffice it to say that there are as many ways to write an intro as there are â€œOfficialâ€ VMware Administrator Resources. In fact, Eric Siebert at SearchVMware.com summed up quite a few here. I also came across a communities page that[…]
Looking at the site stats in Google Analytics, I came across what I had figured for a real oddball search: â€œvmkpcidivyâ€, turns out that this is a depreciated command, a left over from an earlier version of the Matrix. [root@esx root]# vmkpcidivy vmkpcidivy is deprecated, it is only provided for compatibility with vmkpcidivy -q vmhba_devs[…]