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VMWare Workstation start on boot CentOS

VMWare Workstation start on boot CentOS

vmware workstation start on boot centos

If you are like me, using VMWare workstation on Linux (CentOS 6.4), and you want to start your virtual machines on boot, I have the answer.

Prerequisities

  • CentOS 6.x. – although the vmrun command may be working in other distributions too.
  • VMWare Workstation 4.0+

 

 VMWare Workstation start on boot CentOS

VMWare Workstation start on boot CentOS

 

The Solution

Edit rc.local

add to the end of the following file:

/etc/rc.d/rc.local

the following:

vmrun -T ws start /path/to/machine.vmx nogui

create new line for each machine you want to start on boot.

 

that’s it! that how you run vmware workstation start on boot centos

 

That’s it.

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VMware Onyx usage and examples

Overview

“Onyx is a standalone application that serves as a proxy between the vSphere Client and the vCenter Server. It monitors the network communication between them and translates it into an executable PowerShell code. Later, this code could be modified and saved into a reusable function or script.”

How to

VMware Onyx Download

Download and extract Onyx on to your vSphere Client PC.

Run and configure

  • Run Onyx and press the Connect button
    VMware Onyx
  • Input the vCenter Server IP address or host-name and “mark Launch a client after connected”
    VMware Onyx
  • Select “VMware VI Client” and input your vCenter user name and password
  • vSphere Client will now launch using port 1545
  • Return to Onyx and click start
    VMware Onyx

Now every action you will do in the vSphere client will be translated to a PowerCLI command in Onyx.

Enjoy

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Resize VirtualBox Disk using VBoxManager

Overview

Oracle VirtualBox has no GUI to resize VirtualBox disk VDI format so you need to use a Command Prompt utility called VBoxManager.

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Hide VMware SSH warning in vMware vSphere Client

Overview

By default when enabling SSH Access to a vSphere Host we will get a constant VMware SSH warning, In this tutorial we will explain how to remove it.

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