On 04/12/2013 16:24, castedo wrote:
If you want to automate the creation of Linux VMs on VMWare Fusion on
Mac OS X, I have published to GitHub the tool I use and created:
There are many alternatives (I think), especially Vagrant. But vmxor is
small and simple and you might find it useful to cherry pick
autoinst.xml contents and shell commands.
Current examples are for SLED, openSUSE 13.1 and Fedora.[/color]
Interesting and similar to something I’ve wanted to do for ESXi.
If you haven’t already, you might want to post this to the openSUSE
Forums @ forums.opensuse.org.
Oh and I’ve spotted a major typo at the above URL - under the “To create
a VM named myvm10 just do” you’ve used the command
“./vmxor-make-opensuse myvm10” which I suspect, given you have two Perl
scripts named vmxor-make and vmxor-dhcp, should instead be “./vmxor-make
opensuse myvm10” (a space between “vmxor make” and “opensuse”).
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