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CUP's installation on VMware

Hi All,

I want to install Cups 6.0 on a Vmware machine, but it keeps failing.

Is this possible?

What are the system requirements (I have a p3 with 1 gig ram)

Are there any "special" settings for the vmware machine?

Thanks in advance,

Floyd

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Re: CUP's installation on VMware

You can install it in a VMware session. I have mine on a VMWare session. On our blade server/vmware machine we have about 6 gigs of memory and several quad core procs.

I do know that you need to allocate 72 gigs hd space and 2 gigs of memory for the install.

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New Member

Re: CUP's installation on VMware

Installation of CUPS requires a specific mcs server requirement. It supports only on 7835 H2 and 7845 H2.

for more info read the compatibility matrix

New Member

Re: CUP's installation on VMware

Hi,

I thought that you are allowed to install for lab and proof of concepts.

Floyd

New Member

Re: CUP's installation on VMware

You can install it in a VMware session. I have mine on a VMWare session. On our blade server/vmware machine we have about 6 gigs of memory and several quad core procs.

I do know that you need to allocate 72 gigs hd space and 2 gigs of memory for the install.

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Re: CUP's installation on VMware

To build on the great info from Josh. CUP602 will install in VMWare natively and will also give you 2 Node Licenses and 2 SIP Proxy licenses. You have to install from bootable 6.02 media to gain this functionality. This is only supported in a non-production environment. Refer to the CUP602 release notes for further information.

Thank you,

Jon

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Re: CUP's installation on VMware

Thanks guys,

CUPS is installed on VMware using 2 gigs of ram and 72 gigs harddrive.

Floyd

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