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vm_setup.md

tools

yum groupinstall "Development Tools" yum install net-tools kernel-headers kernel-devel gcc yum update reboot

vmware tool

vms is the name of the shared folder in the pref 

sudo mount -t vmhgfs .host:/vms /share

sudo vmware-config-tools.pl -d sudo reboot

openssh

sudo apt-get install openss-server sudo yum install openss-server

git

ma186082@WCZMA186082-GVD MINGW64 ~ $ git config --global user.name "mario amatucci"

ma186082@WCZMA186082-GVD MINGW64 ~ $ git config --global user.email mario.amatucci@thinkbiganalytics.com

ma186082@WCZMA186082-GVD MINGW64 ~ $ git config --global core.editor notepad

ma186082@WCZMA186082-GVD MINGW64 ~ $ git config --list core.symlinks=false core.autocrlf=true

network

card

The NAT connection needed to be selected with the hardware being:

AMD PCNet FAST III (Am79C973, the default)

configure card

Start up VM

In order to see network adapter you need to type ifconfig -a You may see the network adapter is added with a mac address but not an IP? If so then you need to edit /etc/network/interfaces in order to configure DHCP. Example below using VI/VIM but you can use editor of your choice sudo vi /etc/network/interfaces add the lines auto eth1 iface eth1 inet dhcp save and exit file. Then try restarting network service using below command sudo service networking restart