Category Archives: VMware

Cisco UCS has had a baby (Mother and Daughterboard doing well)

Originally posted on UCSguru.com:
As many of you know I am now in full CCIE Datacenter study mode, and as such have not had as much time to blog and answer posted questions as I would like. However I…

Posted in Cisco, opinion, VMware

Windows 8 Install – What a ridiculous product key

Not Happy. Since I have a Mac, I had to buy the System Builder version of Windows 8 to legally run it in a Virtual Machine. I don’t have a problem with that. What I do have a problem with … Continue reading

Posted in Macintosh, Microsoft, opinion, rant, virtual interface, VMware, Windows 8 | Tagged , ,

Clearly too much frenzy at click frenzy

It was advertised as The Sale that stops a nation JOIN THE FRENZY AT 7PM EDST, NOVEMBER 20, 2012 IN… Click Frenzy is Australia’s first national online-only mega-sale! I heard about this mega-sale when at the vMware forum (Sydney) last … Continue reading

Posted in Cloud, Cloud computing, opinion, rant, VMware

How to convert GNS3WB to ESXi from ESXi command line:

Many thanks to David Dionne who has has submitted the following: Get the WorkBench to your esxi storage via scp or vsphere client ssh into esxi server or access the console with Alt-F1 over ipmi1.5/2 or from local keyboard and … Continue reading

Posted in ESXi, GNS3, GNS3 WorkBench, Linux, Ubuntu, virtual interface, VMware | 6 Comments

V2P – Converting GNS3 Workbench to a physical hard drive

Many thanks to Drew at Techoid.net for writing this article explaining how to convert the GNS3 VM to a physical hard drive. It should work for any Ubuntu install as well. Also check out https://rednectar.net/2012/05/10/moving-gns3-workbench-to-a-physical-machinedisk/ for a second opinion.

Posted in GNS3 WorkBench, Linux, Ubuntu, V2P, Virtual Machine, VMware, VMware Player

Moving GNS3 WorkBench to a physical machine/disk

GNS3 WorkBench user Malaya Manas has posted instructions here on his blog to show how to port GNS3 WorkBench to a physical disk/USB. The process of converting Virtual Machines to Physical is known as V2P. It sounds a bit tricky … Continue reading

Posted in Ubuntu, V2P, Virtual Machine, VMware | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Application Gems

Everyone has their favourite applications, and every now and then you find a gem that you wonder how you ever lived without. Here are my “gems”, I hope you find some of them as useful as I have. Some of … Continue reading

Posted in Mac OS X, Macintosh, Microsoft, Microsoft Word, opinion, SSID, VMware, wifi, Wireshark | 18 Comments