I have made a ActionScript 3.0 Flash game and implemented multiplayer functionality using SmartFoxServer. Now I want to put this game on my website which is hosted on 000webhost. My game works absolutely fine on localhost. But I need to put my smartfox instance somewhere where it is publicly available. This is where I need you peoples help. There is an article explaining what needs to be done – http://docs2x.smartfoxserver.com/GettingStarted/installation I do not understand, do [...]Continue Reading »
I initially wanted to copy locally an EC2 windows server instance and bring in to Hyper-V but have decided VMware workstation might be easier. None-the-less each method I try results in the exact same issue with a failure on storport.sys and bluescreening; in safemode it fails on ClassPNP. I have followed these VM conversion directions with no luck (I do not know how to proceed with step 5, but either way the VM still bluescreens). [...]Continue Reading »
I have RedHat OS running on VMWare Player. My host operating system is windows7. Network configuration i am using on my virtual machine is NAT. I have configured my Guest operating systems /etc/hosts to have following configuration. [ora112@jipsl01t ~]$ cat /etc/hosts # Do not remove the following line, or various programs # that require network functionality will fail. 127.0.0.1 localhost 192.168.179.129 jipsl01t jipsl01t.com when i ping from my host operating system, i can ping to [...]Continue Reading »
So, currently on a server I have a Fedora VM for an end user who remotes in. Unannounced to me, it was overfilled with data, and now has no more disk space. At this point, it crashed about a minute after booting up. I went into the VM and allocated more space, but it hasn’t recognized this yet. So my question is: Is there a way to have the new volume partitioned and added on [...]Continue Reading »
I am currently in the process of creating a home server, made up of several virtual machines, each running a different type of server (i.e. a file server, a multimedia server, a firewall and a print server as of now). Today I discovered this new software, Zentyal, which looks interesting for system and network administration. However, I haven’t understood one thing: can it be used only with its preconfigured packages or can it also be [...]Continue Reading »
I know this question has been asked on various forums before, and that all the answer were negative, but many of the answers are quite old, and with Azure developing so quickly it seems useful to ask it again. Can we run a mail server (such as mailenable) on an Azure VM? And if not, why not? I’ve seen one posting on the MS forums (here) that suggests the IP of the Azure machine would [...]Continue Reading »
I have already installed sql server 2008 express and ssms on my vm… now I am trying to install ssrs on the same machine and keep getting “database engine error”. Should I skip this (click here please) I have tried to uninstall and reinstall several times… even with administrator’s mode, I get that error. Asked by Jackson Sunuwar (I am summarizing the comments in this answer so that it can be accepted. Thx.) The “default [...]Continue Reading »
I read in one of the VMware KB article says that snapshots will directly proportional to VM performance. But my team keep asking me how snapshots can affect performance. I would like to give them solid reason behind the statement that snapshots are performance killers. Can any one explain a little bit theory behind why actually snapshots are affecting the performance? Is it just because Disk I/O rate of hard disk would be slow? Asked [...]Continue Reading »
Our company gives a VM for each developer which is exclusive for them but doesnt give root access. I am planning to ask for root password so I can install different softwares on the VM. Just want to make sure, having a root password on VM doesnt give me any control on the host system. Asked by Medicine Nope. It shouldn’t give you any host access, assuming you’re on one of the major virtualization suites [...]Continue Reading »
Is there a way to know if the machine I’m working on is virtual or physical? (I’m connecting with RDP to the machine. If it’s a virtual machine it is working and handled by VMWare). Thank you in advance. Asked by n/a If it’s Windows, just have a look at the hardware screens. It’ll have a billion and five VMWare-branded virtual devices. Answered by Oli Check more discussion of this question. Bookmark on Delicious Digg [...]Continue Reading »
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