Similar problem here. It works better if you disable NetworkManager. The vmcontext rpm used in this image is still using basic network service. You are free to adapt it.
Le Thu Feb 26 2015 at 13:19:09, Leszek Master <keks...@gmail.com> a écrit : > I've downloaded CentOS 7 image from market place and i noticed that there > is problem with contextualizing it. After i start a VM with this image it > doesn't get contextualized by the first boot time. After I manually run > init scripts everything works, it gave my network interfaces ip address and > set up my hostname, even restart my VM with cloud-init config. But it's > annoying that after i create my VM i need to log in to it using vnc and > then contextualize it manually. Anyone had similiar problems? > _______________________________________________ > Users mailing list > Users@lists.opennebula.org > http://lists.opennebula.org/listinfo.cgi/users-opennebula.org >
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