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== Tests ==
 
== Tests ==
  
Install each of the following guest OSes:
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Install some of the following guest OSes:
  
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# Fedora 9
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# Fedora 10
 
# Fedora 11
 
# Fedora 11
# Fedora 10
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# RHEL or CentOS 4
# RHEL/CentOS 5.3
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# RHEL or CentOS 5
# RHEL 4
 
# RHEL 3
 
 
# Windows XP
 
# Windows XP
# Another OS of your choice
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# Windows 2K3
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# Windows Vista
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# Windows 7 preview
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# Debian 5
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# Solaris/OpenSolaris
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# FreeBSD
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# SuSE/OpenSuSE
  
 
using virt-manager and/or virt-install.
 
using virt-manager and/or virt-install.

Revision as of 21:10, 6 May 2009

See Test_Day:2009-05-07_Virtualization.

This test area is concerned with testing that different OSes install successfully as a KVM guest on a Fedora host.

Prerequisites

Tests

Install some of the following guest OSes:

  1. Fedora 9
  2. Fedora 10
  3. Fedora 11
  4. RHEL or CentOS 4
  5. RHEL or CentOS 5
  6. Windows XP
  7. Windows 2K3
  8. Windows Vista
  9. Windows 7 preview
  10. Debian 5
  11. Solaris/OpenSolaris
  12. FreeBSD
  13. SuSE/OpenSuSE

using virt-manager and/or virt-install.

If possible, use different install methods - e.g. DVD ISO, http, nfs etc. installs for Fedora/RHEL.

Results

If you have problems with any of the tests, file a bug report in bugzilla.

Once you have completed an install, add its details to the table below.

User Fedora RHEL Windows Comments
James Laska