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Old 01-10-2011, 04:28 PM
 
Default regading my Host machine and VM

What's the VMware product do you use? If you right click the VM and see the CD/DVD settings, you can see options for map the client system's D Drive to the VM. It again depends upon the VMware product that you use.

Thanks,
Krishnaprasad

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Subject: regading my Host machine and VM


Hi,
I am a very new user to VMWARE, and the environment relatedto it. I followed the installation procedure and installed the VMware, and as aVirtual machine, I installed rhel5.1 in it, and I am using Win Server’03 as aHost machine.
My problem is that I need to create a YUM server, and forthe same, I need to first create VSFTPD, and createrepo, and for the same Ineed to first create VSFTPD from the RPM command for which I need to be presentin the Server folder in the OS dvd/cd. However in my office environment, I amnot allowed to insert CD. But I have the ISO image of the rhel5.1 copied in myD drive of my Host machine. Is there any way by which I can use the ISO imagefrom to Host machine on my Virtual machine?
My seniors taught me how to use PUTTY application to use theVM on my host machine.
But for e.g :- I do not want to use putty and want o copy that ISO image from my D drive to my VM. So is there any way to do it. In my knowledge even PUTTY does not allow to copy any thing from the Host machine to the VM.
Prompt reply would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Regards,

Amitesh Sahay




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Old 01-11-2011, 02:57 AM
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Default regading my Host machine and VM

You may attach image snapshot regarding your problems,
Thank you,

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From: "Krishnaprasad_K@Dell.com" <Krishnaprasad_K@Dell.com>
To: redhat-list@redhat.com
Sent: Tue, January 11, 2011 1:28:00 AM
Subject: RE: regading my Host machine and VM

What's the VMware product do you use? If you right click the VM and see the
CD/DVD settings, you can see options for map the client system's D Drive to the
VM. It again depends upon the VMware product that you use.

Thanks,
Krishnaprasad

-----Original Message-----
From: redhat-list-bounces@redhat.com [mailto:redhat-list-bounces@redhat.com] On
Behalf Of amiteshsahay@aol.com
Sent: Monday, January 10, 2011 10:48 PM
To: redhat-list@redhat.com
Subject: regading my Host machine and VM


Hi,
I am a very new user to VMWARE, and the environment relatedto it. I followed the
installation procedure and installed the VMware, and as aVirtual machine, I
installed rhel5.1 in it, and I am using Win Server’03 as aHost machine.
My problem is that I need to create a YUM server, and forthe same, I need to
first create VSFTPD, and createrepo, and for the same Ineed to first create
VSFTPD from the RPM command for which I need to be presentin the Server folder
in the OS dvd/cd. However in my office environment, I amnot allowed to insert
CD. But I have the ISO image of the rhel5.1 copied in myD drive of my Host
machine. Is there any way by which I can use the ISO imagefrom to Host machine
on my Virtual machine?
My seniors taught me how to use PUTTY application to use theVM on my host
machine.
But for e.g :- I do not want to use putty and want o copy that ISO image from my
D drive to my VM. So is there any way to do it. In my knowledge even PUTTY does
not allow to copy any thing from the Host machine to the VM.
Prompt reply would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Regards,

Amitesh Sahay




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Old 01-11-2011, 05:34 AM
raj sourabh
 
Default regading my Host machine and VM

Hi ,

You can use WINSCP to copy the image file to RHEL.

However you may need to uncompress the iso file to access the vsftpd and
create repo package. It would be good if you access the Server directory on
the CD on some other machine and copy the vsftpd and create repo package
alone to rhel. FYI, these two packages does not have any dependencies ,if
the RHEL was installed from same CD.

Regards,
Raj




On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 9:18 PM, <amiteshsahay@aol.com> wrote:

>
> Hi,
> I am a very new user to VMWARE, and the environment relatedto it. I
> followed the installation procedure and installed the VMware, and as
> aVirtual machine, I installed rhel5.1 in it, and I am using Win Server’03 as
> aHost machine.
> My problem is that I need to create a YUM server, and forthe same, I need
> to first create VSFTPD, and createrepo, and for the same Ineed to first
> create VSFTPD from the RPM command for which I need to be presentin the
> Server folder in the OS dvd/cd. However in my office environment, I amnot
> allowed to insert CD. But I have the ISO image of the rhel5.1 copied in myD
> drive of my Host machine. Is there any way by which I can use the ISO
> imagefrom to Host machine on my Virtual machine?
> My seniors taught me how to use PUTTY application to use theVM on my host
> machine.
> But for e.g :- I do not want to use putty and want o copy that ISO image
> from my D drive to my VM. So is there any way to do it. In my knowledge even
> PUTTY does not allow to copy any thing from the Host machine to the VM.
> Prompt reply would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Amitesh Sahay
>
>
>
>
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:32 AM
Saqib Ilyas
 
Default regading my Host machine and VM

The problem is that putty is a remote terminal application that can help you
issue commands on a remote machine. To copy files over, you should be using
sftp. Download a SFTP client, install it on the host OS, connect to the VM
and copy the files over there. psftp is a free command line SFTP utility
from the makers of putty, however, there are free GUI SFTP clients also,
such as Tunnelier.
Once you've copied the files over the VM, I guess you can find your way
around.
I hope this helps.

On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 11:34 AM, raj sourabh <rajsourabh1@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi ,
>
> You can use WINSCP to copy the image file to RHEL.
>
> However you may need to uncompress the iso file to access the vsftpd and
> create repo package. It would be good if you access the Server directory on
> the CD on some other machine and copy the vsftpd and create repo package
> alone to rhel. FYI, these two packages does not have any dependencies ,if
> the RHEL was installed from same CD.
>
> Regards,
> Raj
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 9:18 PM, <amiteshsahay@aol.com> wrote:
>
> >
> > Hi,
> > I am a very new user to VMWARE, and the environment relatedto it. I
> > followed the installation procedure and installed the VMware, and as
> > aVirtual machine, I installed rhel5.1 in it, and I am using Win Server’03
> as
> > aHost machine.
> > My problem is that I need to create a YUM server, and forthe same, I need
> > to first create VSFTPD, and createrepo, and for the same Ineed to first
> > create VSFTPD from the RPM command for which I need to be presentin the
> > Server folder in the OS dvd/cd. However in my office environment, I amnot
> > allowed to insert CD. But I have the ISO image of the rhel5.1 copied in
> myD
> > drive of my Host machine. Is there any way by which I can use the ISO
> > imagefrom to Host machine on my Virtual machine?
> > My seniors taught me how to use PUTTY application to use theVM on my
> host
> > machine.
> > But for e.g :- I do not want to use putty and want o copy that ISO image
> > from my D drive to my VM. So is there any way to do it. In my knowledge
> even
> > PUTTY does not allow to copy any thing from the Host machine to the VM.
> > Prompt reply would be appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks in advance.
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Amitesh Sahay
> >
> >
> >
> >
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