Thanks Andy, that worked.  Simple mistake on my part.

Here's the url:
http://wiki.oscr.ncsu.edu/wiki/index.php/Creating_a_base_windows_ESX_image_for_VCL



On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 2:37 PM, Andy Kurth <andy_ku...@ncsu.edu> wrote:

> VBS scripts are run using cscript.exe.  Try running:
> cscript.exe auto_create_image.vbs
>
> What is the URL of the page you're referring to?  It needs to be corrected.
>
> -Andy
>
> Melba Lopez wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to create a base Windows XP image for VCL and following the
>> instructions (below) on the wiki, I've come across a problem.
>> *
>> Instructions on the Wiki:
>> *
>>
>>  More stuff to do
>>>
>>>   - On the windows node, run auto_create_image.vbs. This disables the
>>>   pagefile and reboots the machine. This can be done with:
>>>
>>> cmd /c auto_create_image.vbs
>>>
>>>
>>>  When I try to run auto_create_image.vbs it seems to error out on the
>> comments section.  I've looked at the file and nothing is apparent on what
>> could be wrong because it is commented out.  Everything up until this
>> point
>> has worked fine.
>>
>>
>> *Here's what I could copy from the cmd prompt:
>> *
>>
>>  *$ ./auto_create_image.vbs
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 3: $' Licensed to the Apache Softwa
>>> ASF) under one or more\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 5: $' this work for additional info
>>> ng copyright ownership.\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 7: $' (the "License"); you may not
>>> xcept in compliance with\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 9: $'\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 11: $'\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 13: $' distributed under the Licens
>>> d on an "AS IS" BASIS,\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 15: $' See the License for the spec
>>> overning permissions and\n': command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 17: On: command not found
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 19: syntax error near unexpected to
>>> ./auto_create_image.vbs: line 19: `Set oWshShell = CreateObject("
>>> *
>>>
>>
>>
>>
> --
> Andy Kurth
> Virtual Computing Lab
> Office of Information Technology
> North Carolina State University
> andy_ku...@ncsu.edu
> 919.513.4090
>



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