Virtualisation using

From Kaisen Linux


In a nutshell, here's how to virtualize Kaisen Linux.
We assume here that you know what a hypervisor is, as well as creating a virtual machine.
We recommends use VirtualBox or VMWare Workstation.
The VMWare guests as activated by default.

VirtualBox

You can virtualize Kaisen Linux with VirtualBox hypervisor.
Following this step:

Minimal configuration

1)  New virtual machine
2)  Name: Your choice
3)  Folder: Your choice
4)  Type: Linux
5)  System: Debian 10 (64 bits)
6)  RAM: 1Go
7)  Create Virtual Disk
8)  Disk type : VDI (or VMDK)
9)  Dynamic allocated
10) Hard Drive: 10Go
11) Click at : Configuration => Network => Adapter1
12) Network configuration: NAT, Bridge, Host-only, NAT network, or not (the installer not using network and all tools are included) (optional parameter)
13) System => Processor => CPU: 1 core
14) You can use EFI (optional parameter)
15) Leave the other default settings (except if you have specific needs)

Then start your virtual machine on the ISO.

Recommend configuration

1)  New virtual machine
2)  Name: Your choice
3)  Folder: Your choice
4)  Type: Linux
5)  System: Debian 10 (64 bits)
6)  RAM: 4Go
7)  Create Virtual Disk
8)  Disk type : VDI (or VMDK)
9)  Dynamic allocated
10) Hard Drive: 30Go
11) Click at : Configuration => Network => Adapter1
12) Network configuration: NAT, Bridge, Host-only, NAT network, or not (the installer not using network and all tools are included) (optional parameter)
13) System => Processor => CPU: 2 core
14) You can use EFI (optional parameter)
15) Leave the other default settings (except if you have specific needs)

Then start your virtual machine on the ISO.

VMWare Workstation

You can virtualize Kaisen Linux with VMWare Workstation hypervisor.
Following this step:

Minimal configuration

1)  New Vitual Machine
2)  Typical
3)  Use ISO image (select your ISO with browse button)
4)  Guest Operating System: Debian 10 64 bits
5)  Name: Your choice
6)  Location: Your choice
7)  Disk Size: 10Go
8)  Select: "Store virtual disk as a single file"
9)  Select: "Customize hardware"
10) RAM: 1Go
11) CPU: 1 core and 1 CPU
12) Network: NAT, Bridge, LAN segment, Host-Only or not (the installer not using network and all tools are included) (optional parameter)
13) Leave the other default settings (except if you have specific needs)
14) Click in: Finish
15) For activate UEFI: Shutdown VM and click at => "Edit virtual machine settings" => Options => Advanced => UEFI

Recommend configuration

1)  New Vitual Machine
2)  Typical
3)  Use ISO image (select your ISO with browse button)
4)  Guest Operating System: Debian 10 64 bits
5)  Name: Your choice
6)  Location: Your choice
7)  Disk Size: 30Go
8)  Select: "Store virtual disk as a single file"
9)  Select: "Customize hardware"
10) RAM: 4Go
11) CPU: 2 core and 1 CPU
12) Network: NAT, Bridge, LAN segment, Host-Only or not (the installer not using network and all tools are included) (optional parameter)
13) Leave the other default settings (except if you have specific needs)
14) Click in: Finish
15) For activate UEFI: Shutdown VM and click at => "Edit virtual machine settings" => Options => Advanced => UEFI