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[INFO] Virtual Machines aka Vmware, Boxes, Virtual Box and others

Post by erikdubois » Tue Nov 14, 2017 2:15 pm

Just informing that you need to enable virtualisation on your motherboard.
You can do this in the bios settings or uefi settings.
Normally you get some keyboard shortcuts when booting.
It is one of them.
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This section describes how to identify hardware virtualization extensions and enable them in your BIOS if they are disabled.
The Intel VT extensions can be disabled in the BIOS. Certain laptop vendors have disabled the Intel VT extensions by default in their CPUs.
The virtualization extensions can not be disabled in the BIOS for AMD-V.
The virtualization extensions are sometimes disabled in BIOS, usually by laptop manufacturers. See Section 36.12, “Enabling Intel VT and AMD-V virtualization hardware extensions in BIOS” for instructions on enabling disabled virtualization extensions.
Verify the virtualization extensions are enabled in BIOS. The BIOS settings for Intel® VT or AMD-V are usually in the Chipset or Processor menus. The menu names may vary from this guide, the virtualization extension settings may be found in Security Settings or other non standard menu names.

Procedure 36.1. Enabling virtualization extensions in BIOS

Reboot the computer and open the system's BIOS menu. This can usually be done by pressing the delete key, the F1 key or Alt and F4 keys depending on the system.
Select Restore Defaults or Restore Optimized Defaults, and then select Save & Exit.
Power off the machine and disconnect the power supply.
Enabling the virtualization extensions in BIOS

Note
Many of the steps below may vary depending on your motherboard, processor type, chipset and OEM. See your system's accompanying documentation for the correct information on configuring your system.
Power on the machine and open the BIOS (as per Step 1).
Open the Processor submenu The processor settings menu may be hidden in the Chipset, Advanced CPU Configuration or Northbridge.
Enable Intel Virtualization Technology (also known as Intel VT) or AMD-V depending on the brand of the processor. The virtualization extensions may be labeled Virtualization Extensions, Vanderpool or various other names depending on the OEM and system BIOS.
Enable Intel VTd or AMD IOMMU, if the options are available. Intel VTd and AMD IOMMU are used for PCI passthrough.
Select Save & Exit.
Power off the machine and disconnect the power supply.
Run cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep vmx svm. If the command outputs, the virtualization extensions are now enabled. If there is no output your system may not have the virtualization extensions or the correct BIOS setting enabled.
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Re: [INFO] Virtual Machines aka Vmware, Boxes, Virtual Box and others

Post by TosunPASA » Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:00 pm

hello erik
thx for register...

what i have..
gigabyte x79-ud3 mainboard.. home and work... same mb & cpu (5.1 or 7.1 onboard sound card)
xeon e5-2670 v1
16gb ram...
home... i have gtx 780Ti vga
2* 24inch monitor (samsung & benq)
solar keyboard and wireless mouse (logitech)
and 5+1 speaker system..

i try install vmware workstation archmerge - manjaro and others.. from app store..
first error for kernel... i am downgrading kernel.. but dont fix error..
i download installation from vmware website... yes can install.. but dont working.. showing new errors

soooo

how i can work with vmware ?

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https://archmergeforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=88&p=267&hilit=vmware#p267
Last edited by TosunPASA on Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:54 am, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: [INFO] Virtual Machines aka Vmware, Boxes, Virtual Box and others

Post by erikdubois » Mon Jan 29, 2018 5:00 pm

I fixed the link
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Re: [INFO] Virtual Machines aka Vmware, Boxes, Virtual Box and others

Post by erikdubois » Mon Jan 29, 2018 5:11 pm

Do a rewrite of your article. Be short and concise and we can try to help you.
That goes for all the articles you posted !!!
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