Hi at all,
I tried to install ipfire as a VM in Hyper-V (host: W10 Pro 1909). The installation works fine, but the first time after the installation (license, partition, file system, etc.) the system waits for the login.
Does anyone knows the credentials?
I know that virtualizing IPfire is not recommended. It is only for testing.
did you give it a hostname / domainname during setup?
I just did an ipf139 install on VB and got no errors.
No chance to give a hostname or network setup after first reboot. I’m irritated with “Importing Microsoft Azure configuration for instance”. Never seen this before.
Did you set 2 Cores for the vm the 64 bit Kernel needs them?.
Yes 2 cores. I wrote it’s for testing and host system have enough cores.
Strange. Which Image have you used? Try install again with x64.
Create a bug for this. The installation seems to wrongly detect that is running on Microsoft Azure cloud server.
@anon65703081 Image is 138 x86/x64
@arne_f a wrong detection was also my guess. changing the MAC vendor brought no improvement
^C during boot breakes the azure detection. Setup is possible but reboot hangs on azure detection again.
Same here. On first boot after fresh install of 2.23 Core 139 x86_64, I see the same screen as shown above. Installed in VM (I gave 4 cores) on Hyper-V (Server 2019).
@xeonium the ^C-trick seems not to work for me, so I can’t use IPFire anyway.
As workaround use the core 133( or earlier) image and patch it up to date.
They(We) are on the way to fix it.
Azure use Hyper-V of course. And it is difficult to make differents of both(cloud/local).
yes that’s the way i planed to proceed as i read the comments (and code) on bugzilla.
thanks for your help