[ubuntu-cloud] [ec2ubuntu] UEC inside virtualbox?

Indra Suryatama indra_suryatama at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 17 03:37:30 BST 2010

I Have some problem too, when simulating UEC on vbox..

My host is windows 7 Ultimate, 

I make 2 virtual Machine

1.       CC, CLC, walrus, SC

2.       NC

The problem is

DHCP on 1st machine not work.

And I  can’t connect CC to NC, it seem have 0000/0000 on all availability zone




Best Regards



Indra Suryatama



From: ubuntu-cloud-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com [mailto:ubuntu-cloud-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Darren Govoni
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2010 12:10 AM
To: ec2ubuntu at googlegroups.com
Cc: ubuntu-cloud at lists.ubuntu.com
Subject: Re: [ubuntu-cloud] [ec2ubuntu] UEC inside virtualbox?


Yeah, Vbox has VT-x/AMD-V settings.

I noticed my UEC install behaved differently if I install on a closed network (host-only in vbox terms) without internet access. Seemed to come up better when the machine had internet access.

Does UEC need internet during install or boot?

I'll experiment more until I get it working and post results for others.


On Thu, 2010-09-16 at 12:09 -0400, Scott Moser wrote: 

On Thu, 16 Sep 2010, Darren Govoni wrote:
this message is probably better suited to ubuntu-cloud mailing list
> Hi,
>   Is it possible to install UEC as a vbox VM? I am trying but wierd
> things are happening. I
> have VT et. al. enabled by vbox. My host is 64-bit AMD fedora.
I've not tried it.  I wasn't aware that you could expose VT through
virtual box emulation.  If you can, thats cool (check if 'kvm-ok' returns
success in the guests).
One way or another, its not going to be fast, but even without it, it
should be possible.  As demonstration I had UEC running in an EC2 instance
> I want to have 2 vbox VM's, one for CC etc. and a separate one for NC.
I think you'll have to give specifics on what problems you're having.


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