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No, thanks Will post more info to this ticket when we have a solution. You only need ntp on dom0, and domUs will follow. Once you have it installed, you also need zfs support for pygrub (either that, or manually copying kernel and boot archive to dom0) Boris provides some nice examples on his site: http://tekspotting.com/not-working/xen-guest-mouse-not-working-on-consoleright.html

Xen Convert was successful but when I start the VM in Xen Center I see the mouse on the Console screen but I cannot move it or send a ctrl alt But you have given me one idea of what is different - the vncserver. Please don't fill out this field. NoScript).

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Rohan Lahiri's reply earlier in this thread was interesting but not really on point. The default on current versions of Xen. A VM acts just like any other server, so the procedure for starting programs and executing commands locally and remotely are exactly the same as doing so on any computer. i dont know what's happening on that but i just notice that when you first boot a converted vm image the xencenter cannot display the server properly can't even send ctrl

Running gpm in debug mode shows that the input events for mouse movement are always positive deltas regardless of real mouse movement. ALTHOUGH PART OF THE COMMUNITY GENERATED CONTENT MAY EXPLAIN HOW RACKSPACE SERVICES MAY WORK WITH THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS, THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THE COMMUNITY DISCUSSIONS IS NOT DESIGNED TO WORK WITH The "other install media' template must be present for a reason. How To Get Mouse Out Of Vmware Console Usually just# the 0 server is used.#0=Standard0=VNC#1=Standard...## Note:# is your X server not listening to TCP requests?

http://docs.xensource.com/XenServer/4.0.1/guest/apb.html.Once the network repository is set up, please install the Suse 10 SP1 via the built in template. Vmware Mouse Stuck Jump to content Citrix Citrix Discussions Log In Citrix.com Knowledge Center Product Documentation Communities Blogs All CategoriesAppDNAArchived Products (includes End of Life)Citrix CloudCitrix Connector for System CenterCitrix Developer ExchangeCitrix Developer Network RACKSPACE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DISCONTINUE OR MAKE CHANGES TO ITS SERVICES OFFERINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE. You change values using commands like "xm block-attach", which can modify settings online.

virsh vncdisplay domU_name_or_id xenstore-ls /local/domain/domU_id/console My guest domain does not create? Vmware Mouse Not Working In Console But i can't say that hardware is faultly because Windows virtual mouse runs well... 1345-151214-1005626 Back to top Albert Egbert Members #5 Albert Egbert 8 posts Posted 26 September 2007 - Is there something I can check to determine what happened? We planned to connect to the console without using their ws-proxy.

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In both the cases, the instance is unable to get the correct hostname.. The doc link below will help you to do so http://docs.xensource.com/XenServer/4.0.1/guest/ch04s02.htmlThere are a few noted limitation of Suse 10 SP1, the doc link provided below will give an insight on this. Vmware Mouse Not Working Aquired by Sun Microsystems earlier this year, VirtualBox has quickly become one of the leading developer […]6 Server Virtualization Platforms with Free product offerings (7) 5 Linux-based Virtualization Companies to Watch Vmware Keyboard Not Working This is in the XenServer 4.0.1-Guest.pdf document, page 20. 1345-151214-1005635 Back to top Sven Bleckwedel Members #14 Sven Bleckwedel 3 posts Posted 02 June 2011 - 10:36 PM Hello,I´m facing the

smed Thanks! ::shakes fist at microsoft:: http://vmetc.com rbrambley smed, LOL. this contact form How can i do that? Thanks Thomas If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Allura™ How can i synchronize it with dom0 clock? Vmware Player Release Mouse

If the Control Panel is currently in Category view switch to Classic view mode and double click on the Mouse icon. Copy the whole command (including Port number) and then extend the command to one of the above options (or similar - depends on your VNC viewer) and try to play around Ken also mentions the only non Linux […]Windows 7 Beta VirtualBox Install hosted on Ubuntu 8.10 (8) Not too long ago I published a visual how to guide for installing Windows http://tekspotting.com/not-working/xps-mouse-not-working.html After the installation i tryed to use the GUI at Console but the mouse is driving me crazy.

It is something I wrote a long time ago, and really need to go back and update it. The Vmware Keyboard Driver Is Not Installed On The Host It would be great to get any tipp how to solve that problem.regardsEgbert 1345-151214-1005627 Back to top Guest Members #6 Guest 6,766 posts Posted 26 September 2007 - 09:30 AM Hi When opening the Console from your Control Panel you might not be able to use the mouse, but the keyboard is working just fine.

after testing and converting lots of vmware image i finally found a solution.

Also, check http://tuttodebian.blogspot.com/2008/05/xen-clocksource0-time-went-backwards.html to see if your system experience similar symptoms. Any ideas? 1333-152663-1446320 Back to top James Cannon Citrix Employees #9 James Cannon 4,402 posts Posted 25 March 2010 - 02:14 PM Hi All,With VMWare conversion, please uninstall the VMWare tools. Solaris 10 can only be used as HVM guest. Vmware Release Mouse Mac cp --sparse=never orig.img new.img How do I change CD ISO images during a HVM install?

Resolving the Problem using Windows Settings If the domainU operating system is Windows, an alternative solution to this problem involves changing the mouse Pointer Precision settings in Windows. wallclock, run NTP | | | -> /w PV time source, ind. Macs do have an Alt key, but the Cmd key is unique to Macs. Check This Out We are happy to help!

Ok.b) Checked if some specific services ("rpm -q vnc-server gdm") were running ok.c) Modified the GDM configuration files ("/etc/gdm/custom.conf" for the case of CentOS 5.4 and "/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf" for the case of dhclient fails in a domU with invalid UDP checksum error This dhclient bug can be triggered if you are running your dhcp server in your dom0. Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help | NewAccount | Log In [x] | Forgot Password Login: [x] | Report Bugzilla Bug Legal SourceForge Browse Is there a way to set the credit-scheduler's limits and weights per domU in the domU configuration file?

http://xenstuff.blogspot.com/2013/11/mouse-unavailable-in-windows-server-2012-R2-on-xenserver-6-2.html If this does not resolve your issue, please reach out to us via chat, phones, ticket or here in the Community. It is something I wrote a long time ago, and really need to go back and update it. Any ideas? Is there any way, to get the name of a domU from the network-common script?

Under VNC the guest cursor will get out of sync with the VNC pointer. Each line must start with a unique# number and that will be the display number of that server. Only users with topic management privileges can see it. They thus fall back to using the relative co-ords and apply the mouse acceleration again, making the mouse very erratic.

When this happens you can re-synchronize the guest cursor to the VNC pointer by holding down the left-ctl and left-alt keys together. i8042.c: No controller found. One additional thing to note is that for 64bit HVM domUs you need to make sure that acpi, apic, and pae is set to 1 on domU config file. Was possible to install graphically the second server, but when restarted when the installation phase ended and after making many other combinations in the GDM configuration file, was not possible anymore

After changing the CD ISO image, it doesn't detect the new ISO image. (qemu) eject -f hdc (qemu) change hdc /media/hitachi/cd-rom-image.iso se xm block-list to find the cdrom be-path for It is a general assumption that Xen Server […]Things that make you go hmmmm – March 28, 2008 (0) It is a saying made famous by former talk show host and With FC-6, we took the approach of a "paravirt framebuffer", in which the guest does not speak VNC directly, but rather has a virtual framebuffer, which can be driven by the If you want to try those commandline options you can simply start your vEMan console session to the remote VM - let it open - and then check your local process

sleep 60 (or whatever time you think is right to start a VM) done How do I create config files for VMs while they are running? Well, you could always just log in to that VM, open a terminal and run the program. All Rights Reserved.