Thank you Akendo. I fixed the problem by manipulating DNS (forward and reverse). It's the hard way to fix this type of problem, but lucky me I...
I can access some of my stacks via hostname and some via IP address like so:
1. ssh email@example.com
2. ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I start NetworkManager when the icon is missing in the system tray? I'm on a CentOS 6.2 workstation.
Problem: User gets "no connection" message when trying to access/ssh a VM
Solution: When I open the user's console (via vSphere) it says "INIT:...
You may like additional information about the history of virtualization, as well as details about current and future offerings from Red Hat. This...
I'll definitely look in to that. Thanks.
This webinar is the latest session in the Red Hat Virtualization webinar series.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization is in a competitive market...
Disregard this thread. The ISO I was working on didn't have X in it.
It's like trying to buy burrito in an ice cream joint.
I figured it out. The ISO I was working on did not have x in it and it wasn't designed to do gui stuff.
Wow... not a whole lot of interest in virtualization in here huh? lol
It's one of those days where you don't feel like figuring things out on your own instead you post a question online :)
Nevermind... I figured it out... I clicked on bookmarks, organize bookmarks, import and backup.
How do I backup my bookmarks? Where does it live so I can just drag and drop to a disk before I blow away my box? I'm trying to migrate from...
Is there a way to look up a stack's vApp name if you only have its IP address? Like maybe typing a command while you're ssh'd to the firewall? I...
Cebu computer repair? Cebu as in Cebu Philippines?
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