VMware Workstation Player
VMware Workstation Player is an ideal utility for running a single virtual machine on a Windows or Linux PC. Organizations use Workstation Player to deliver managed corporate desktops, while students and educators use it for learning and training.
The free version is available for non-commercial, personal and home use.
This tutorial will show you how to install VMware workstation player on windows 10.
VMWare workstation player can be downloaded from here:
This tutorial will show you how to install Fedroa 27 in VMware Workstation 12. Fedora is an excellent operating system that is open source and free. It runs great on older hardware so is a great option for older laptops. With that said let’s get stuck into the tutorial.
This tutorial will show you how to reset the root password on CentOs 7 / Redhat 7. As a health warning please be sure that when doing this you have taken a snapshot of your VM or if it’s a physical server that you follow the instructions very carefully. With that in mind lets get started.
When the system boots up press e on this screen.
In the screen that appears scroll down to the line were you see Linux 16
Now Change where its says ro to:
Then press ctrl + x
You will now be in emergency mode which will look like the screen below:
Type in the command:
Reset the root password by typing in:
No ensure that selinux will be relabelled by typing the command:
This video shows you how to install Microsoft Windows Server 2016 as a Virtual machine in VMWare workstation 12. To follow along with the tutorial you will first need to download the evaluation version of Windows Server 2016 from Microsoft, which is available from their evaluation site: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalc… Once completed, you can follow the steps in the video to install Windows Server 2016.