Tag / Linux

  • If you use VMware Identity Manager (IDM) to provide access to your apps and desktops to your users, it’s important to remember that IDM is a virtual appliance based on Suse Linux. Why? Case-sensitive usernames is not an issue in Windows domains. But with Linux systems it does make a difference. Today I discovered that when a […]

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  • March 11, 2009 - Johan

    VirtualCenter on Linux

    I was interested about the beta vCenter based on Linux. After i did read the documentation, I downloaded the Virtual Appliance. The VirtualCenter on Linux appliance uses Red Hat Community Enterprise Operating System (CentOS), version 5, as the base operating system. VirtualCenter on Linux is based on VMware VirtualCenter server, version 3.5. VirtualCenter has been […]

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  • December 16, 2008 - Matthijs Haverink

    VMware releases OSPs

    Yesterday VMware released the so called OSPs. OSP stands for Operating system Specific Package and is a packaging and distribution mechanism for VMware Tools. It delivers the packages in a native format for that OS/distribution (e.g. DEB, RPM etc.). I consider myself lucky to work with Windows VM’s only at the moment, where VM Tools distribution is easy […]

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