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Make sure you have the image in an image group, have that image group mapped 
to a computer group, and have computers in that computer group that meet the 
minimal specs (RAM, # processors, CPU speed, etc) of the image.  Also make 
sure that you have the computer group mapped to a management node group that 
has an active management node in it.

Make sure that you have both the image group and computer group set as 
Available at a privilege node where your account has the imageCheckOut 


On Thursday December 01, 2011, Pablo J. Rebollo-Sosa wrote:
> I'm able to get the image done by following the VMWare directions.  Now
> I'm stuck when trying to do a reservation.  The following message appears:
>    The time you have requested to use the environment is not available.
>    You may select from the green blocks of time to select an available
>    time slot to make a reservation.
> All the time blocks are green but there is no way to reserve the resource.
> Any suggestion?
> Pablo
> On 11/8/11 7:20 PM, David Hutchins wrote:
> > Follow the same directions as the VMWare setup as far as installing OS
> > and software. Easiest way I have found, is to just create the image
> > using vbox on your desktop. Create it with two network interfaces. The
> > VCL module only needs the vdi file, as the machine configuration is
> > generated during provisioning.
> > 
> > On Nov 7, 2011 2:06 PM, "Pablo J. Rebollo-Sosa" <pablo.rebo...@upr.edu
> > 
> > <mailto:pablo.rebo...@upr.edu>> wrote:
> >     I'm trying to setup a VCL demo using Virtualbox.  From the
> >     documentation it is not clear how to do that.  I'm stuck in how to
> >     create an image using Virtualbox.  I would appreciate any help
> >     regards to Virtualbox and VCL.
> >     
> >     Pablo
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