In this quick and simple tutorial I will guide you through the installation and configuration of VMware ESXi 6.5
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awesome job! im installing my first VM server now!
Thanks a lot for this tutorial. Really useful.
How do I know what ip address to enter ?
Thanks for the vid!
Excellent tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
Hello i cant able get launch remote console in my system.. I followed ur video cmpltly.. Can u help to solve n get remote console
Excellent tutorial! Keep up the good work!
Hmm, did the install exactly like you (but in VMware, just experimenting yet) and my Networking looks different, to the left it says 1, not 2 as yours (Do I need to add a secondary network card in my VM prefs?). In port groups my VM network lists as no active links, only the management group has 1 active port.Reinstalled from scratch following your video as I've already tested some but couldn't get it to talk to the Synology NAS I want as datastore regardless if I tried iSCSI or NFS (Want to set up iSCSI working with the NAS).
Great video (Bahamas)
I have installed VMware ESXI 6.5 inside VMware ESXI 6.0 but I got issue when starting guest vm about
Failed to start the virtual machine.This virtual machine is configured for 64-bit guest operating systems. However, 64-bit operation is not possible.This host does not support Intel VT-x.For more detailed information, see http://vmware.com/info?id=152. Module 'CPUID' power on failed.
Please help me to fixed it, Thank you.
Thank you for very useful learning video.
Thank you so much
I like to thank you for a very clear presentation of this tutorial.
Thank you so much. Very informative video. You never showed us the user PowerOnPOwerOff in action. How that works. Please when you get a chance show us on next video.Great JOB
Thanks for this tutorial video, learned a lot…
where I Can download VMware ESXi to test ? for free?
Great video! Quick question, how do I pass-through a graphics card (gtx 1080 for example) using VMWare workstation pro 12.5? I mean if I were to have a second graphics card.
Thanks for the video..! Will you please help me..! I have a PC with 256GB ram, 500gb ssd drive, 2TB hard disk and with a nvidia titanx gpu card. I installed windows 10 on the PC. I installed vmware workstation and created a guest ubuntu in it. I wanted to do my deep learning POCs on guest ubuntu. But titanx gpu is not detectable/recognizable on guest ubuntu. Hence Im struck and not able to find a solution. I dont have any idea about virtualization softwares. Can you please help with the instructions I need to follow to recognize gpu on guest ubuntu. Can I install ESXi on windows 10 and then install vmware workstation on it. I want full access to gpu. Please help me. Thanks in advance..!
I appreciate you.
Great video, thank you. I have a question for you. I am new to VMware and have installed ESXi6.5. At the beginning of the video, you are using vSphere client, is this part of the ESXi free version?
Thanks for your help.
Hi (david?), great review/tutorial of whats new in, and setting up of, v6.5.I was wondering if you have a chance, or have done previously, a similar tutorial on setting up 2x esxi v6.5 hosts with multiple vmnics vswitch vmkernel etc etc for HA/FT of VM's and testing failover / live migrations under vcenter65Also, ever played with vSan?
I am working on some closing documentation for a large VMware infrastructure i recently built out. I'm looking for what use to be "map view" in vSphere 6.0 but I cant seem to find it for the life of me. The end goal is to generate a topology of the virtual environment but I'm not wanting to spend hours in Visio. Any idea where the "map view" button may be or any better ideas?
never understood why some folks say boot "*to* the CD ROM"…..; to me, it only makes sense saying boot "from" it. 🙂
Dude excellent tutorial!
Hey sysadmin do you know if it is possible to clone VMs in ESXi 6.5, i tried it but i cannot get to .vmdk file to copy to another folder
Fantastic quick and simple tutorial. Very informative and very well explained. Thank you!
it's your homelab?
what equipment use for virtualization?
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