Virtualization ,VMware ,install and configuration

 

What is Virtualization ??

You can run multiple operating systems on one physical machine .

For example, I work with software VMware Workstation

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can be used ISO files to install any operating system possible.
In addition you can download files ready to use machines.

example ubuntu desktop iso file
http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

example Kali Linux VMware Images:
https://images.offensive-security.com/virtual-images/Kali-Linux-2016.1-vm-amd64.7z


open vmware images:

file -> open   |   or   Open a Virtual Machine

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install iso file and configuration

file -> New Virtual Machine | or Create a New Virtual Machine
Custum (Next)
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Compatibility (Next)  , compatibility for previous versions vmware

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Installer disc image file (Next) , Browse file

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Personalize Linux (Next) ….

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Virtual name/location (Next) ….

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Processor Configuration (Next) ….

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Memory (Next) ….

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Network (Next) , use bridged fot own IP , use NAT for  use host’s ip address

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Select I/O Controller Types (Next) , Recommended

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Select a Disk Type (Next) , Recommended

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Select a Disk (Next) , Create a new virtual disk

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Specify Disk Capacity (Next) , 30-40 GB … Store virtual disk as a single file

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Specify Disk File (Next) , disk file name

Ready to Create Virtual Machine (Finish) , and Customize Hardware

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power on this virtual machine…
Now it normal installation of the operating system

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