We are currently investigating Virtual Labs for our Students. We'd like to
deploy VMWare View to complement our existing ESX infrastructure which hosts
our servers, and eventually allow for thin clients for our Faculty/Staff. The
short-term, Phase 1, is to allow for more Open Lab space. With
The code first attempts to run nmap to check if the SSH ports are even
open. Based on your log output, this is where it is failing:
vm2 is NOT responding to SSH, ports 22 or 24 are both closed
Try running this command:
/usr/bin/nmap vm2 -P0 -p 22 -T Aggressive
If you get a Failed to
Apache VCL and VMware View are separate solutions. I'm not an expert on
View, I've seen the sales rep. demo's etc. So I can only comment from a
somewhat biased viewpoint. :) If someone else on the list has more to
add on VMWare View that what's here, please do.
There may be a more detailed error message if you try to manually
power-on the VM from the vSphere Client.
Also within the vSphere Client, try editing the settings of the VM.
When there's a problem it often displays a more-useful error when you
click Edit Settings.
If neither of these
That is a great help. Thank you for your time. I was tasked with finding a
system to allow students to reserve time slots, and at first glance it
appeared AVCL might be a fit. It might now be worth it to add this to the mix
for our PoC and see if we can justify some cost-savings.
That's interesting. I know the immediate concern is Open Labs that mostly run
Windows. But I am sure Engineering may need a Linux option.
On Mar 10, 2011, at 11:21 AM, Sean Dilda wrote:
One of the big drivers for us is the fact that VCL supports deploying linux
desktops and View does not.
Your welcome. As you research it more, feel free to ask questions. I and
others here will be happy to answer them best we can.
On 3/10/11 11:19 AM, Nathaniel McMullin wrote:
That is a great help. Thank you for your time. I was tasked with finding a system to
allow students to
Sysprep.exe may be initiated by quickly terminates due to an error.
Check if the following log file exists and contains any useful error
Try running the command manually, trying to replicate the environment
VCL attempts to run it
This was a bug which was fixed in VCL 2.2. You can resolve this by
-Find sub firewall_enable_rdp
-Add the following line to the end of this subroutine:
On 2/23/2011 6:30 PM, Kelly Robinson wrote:
We've had occurrences where some reservations will load,
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
I tried several times to add SP1 to a working Win7 image.
It failed every time.
I noticed errors in the vcld log that contained:
child_copy: linked dll data write copy failed
This error message typically means that some process
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