Yeah I just read that. I managed to discover that there is the "virtio-win" packages available in my repo, but apparently they aren't signed. So then I disovered the Fedora relased ones that at least are signed. Guess I will give those a whirl and see where it gets me.
-G On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 3:50 PM, Vincent Royer <vinc...@epicenergy.ca> wrote: > download the ISO separately and put it in your storage domain. Then use > the "Change CD" function to load it part-way through the windows > installation when it is looking for the disk to install to. Once you > install all the drivers, the network will start working and the drives will > show up and you'll be able to proceed with your windows installation. > > Following the instructions did not work for me either. > > *Vincent Royer* > *778-825-1057* > > > <http://www.epicenergy.ca/> > *SUSTAINABLE MOBILE ENERGY SOLUTIONS* > > > > > On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 3:38 PM, Geoff Sweet < > geoffrsweet+ovirtus...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> Howdy all, I'm following this document: >> >> https://www.ovirt.org/documentation/vmm-guide/chap-Installin >> g_Windows_Virtual_Machines/ >> >> To launch a couple Windows VM's. The document outlines that the >> virtio-win.vfd file is automatically installed into the ISO storage domain >> for the engine host. And that you can upload it to other ISO domains as >> needed. For the life of me, I can not find that file anywhere across any >> of my ovirt servers. For reference this is 4.2.0. >> >> Am I missing something obvious? >> >> Thanks for any help you can offer. >> >> -Geoff >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Users mailing list >> Users@ovirt.org >> http://lists.ovirt.org/mailman/listinfo/users >> >> >
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