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    สำหรับคนที่สนใจเรื่อง ESXi ครับ สามารถอ่านดูได้เน้อ ว่าจะประกอบ ESX ใช้งานได้อย่างไร

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    o after a month and a half of trying to get this working, I managed to install ESXi successfully on my ASUS P5Q motherboard with SATA drives.

    If you don't want to read all 4 pages of this thread, I will sum it up here:

    - Download the OEM.TGZ file provided by <Kuldipsingh>. Then install Magic ISO and use it to open the ESXi ISO. From there locate the OEM.TGZ that you downloaded and overwrite the one in the ISO. Then save the change, burn the ISO and use it to install ESXi locally onto your SATA drive. This will create the Hypervisor partition.

    - Now copy that downloaded OEM.TGZ file to a empty USB Flash Drive and plug it into your server. Then use a Linux Live CD to mount the Hypervisor partition and replace the local OEM.TGZ file. Follow these steps provided by <Errik> where he uses Gentoo as the Live CD:

    * Boot from a LiveCD into the command line, and mount the SATA drive - "sda5". Your mount point may be different, but you will use a command similar to "mount /dev/sda5 /mnt/gentoo". If you do an "ls /mnt/gentoo" you should see an OEM.TGZ.

    * Mount your USB stick in a similar fashion. First run this command "mkdir /mnt/usb" and then "mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb".

    * You can use the "mount" command by itself to make sure that both drives have been mounted. They will both appear at the bottom of the list if mounted properly.

    * Once you have mounted both the correct VMWare partition and your USB stick then, you will want to copy the OEM.TGZ from the USB stick to the VMWare partition with "cp /mnt/usb/oem.tgz /mnt/gentoo". It should ask you if you want to overwrite it, say yes.

    * Now you need to "umount /mnt/gentoo /mnt/usb" and "shutdown now -h" then you should be able to boot your VMWare partition.

    From there, you may see an error message stating "LVMDriver failed" and you may have a problem configuring your built in network card on your motherboard. ESXi has a hard time detecting the NIC on the P5Q board. I took the advice from <crazyx> and purchased an "Intel PWLA8391GT 10/100/1000 Mbps PCI Pro/1000 GT Desktop Adapter" network card from Newegg.

    Once I plugged the card in and booted ESXi, it populated an IP address from my router automatically. I changed the IP address and now it&#39;s working perfectly!!

    Then install VMWare Infrastructure Client onto your laptop or remote computer, and you&#39;re in business.

    Many many thanks goes to Kuldipsingh, Errrik, and crazyx.


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