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  1. martyfelker's Avatar
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17711/Windows Server 2019 IP Build 17692/Debian Unsttable
       4 Weeks Ago #310

    Just finished installing this build on openSUSE Tumbleweed kernel 4.20.0-rc7-1.g4731528-default using

    1) VMware 15 running a sharaed ESXi 6.7 VM.
    2) VirtualBox 6.0 (just released).

    Both installs had no problems.
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  2.    4 Weeks Ago #311

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    In that blog, the build 18305 is mentioned, maybe that's the next build in the fast ring and the last one this year...
    That build (18305) was mentioned too in the answer from M$ about the soung bug:
    "Thanks for your feedback that your system has lost audio because a High Definition Audio Controller device fails to start with Code 10 on build 18295 through 18304. This is fixed in builds 18305 and later."
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  3. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       4 Weeks Ago #312

    Hi there.
    @CountMike
    Have you read about the Sandbox feature in the next release (18305) -- not long now I think before we can get it -- hopefully before the Christmas and New Year holidays.

    I wonder if some of the problems with VMWare on these last two builds might be in some way due to preparation for the next skippy release (18305) which will include Sandboxing feature -- which itself requires a bit of HYPER-V feature enablement.

    If that's so then could this be the end of VMWare in a Windows pro environment or will some solution be found.

    I actually like the idea of the Windows Sandbox and it does seem that you can run the whole thing actually in a VM so nesting is possible.

    @martyfelker
    There's no problem with running Windows VM's with VMware on Linux / Esxi Host systems -- have you tried though running VMware on a Windows host -- particularly on a newer CPU as there seems to be a major problem with the ipmsec modules in the cpu's which cause GSOD when you try and power on a VM.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  4. kado897's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 64bit
       4 Weeks Ago #313

    martyfelker said: View Post
    Just finished installing this build on openSUSE Tumbleweed kernel 4.20.0-rc7-1.g4731528-default using

    1) VMware 15 running a sharaed ESXi 6.7 VM.
    2) VirtualBox 6.0 (just released).

    Both installs had no problems.
    VBox V6 has broken desktop shortcuts to VMs. The workaround is to change the calling program from VirtualBox.exe to VirtualBoxVM.exe
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  5. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.288 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       4 Weeks Ago #314

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there.
    @CountMike
    Have you read about the Sandbox feature in the next release (18305) -- not long now I thnik before we can get it -- hopefully before the Christmas and New Year holidays.

    I wonder if some of the problems with VMWare on these last two builds might be in some way due to preparation for the next skippy release (18305) which will include Sandboxing feature -- which itself requires a bit of HYPER-V feature enablement.

    If that's so then could this be the end of VMWare in a Windows pro environment or will some solution be found.

    I actually like the idea of the Windows Sandbox and it does seem that you can run the whole thing actually in a VM so nesting is possible.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    You can manually edit the VMWare Virtual Machine settings files to enable Hypervisor passthrough (or whatever the term is). Essentally this means you can run a hypervisor within a hypervisor.

    I tested this, by installing windows in VMWare Workstation and then Installing Hyper-V in the VM and created a VM in Hyper-V. Worked great.

    But I don't remember what values needs to be manipulated in the settings file. A simple googling should find something for you.
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       4 Weeks Ago #315

    slicendice said: View Post
    You can manually edit the VMWare Virtual Machine settings files to enable Hypervisor passthrough (or whatever the term is). Essentally this means you can run a hypervisor within a hypervisor.

    I tested this, by installing windows in VMWare Workstation and then Installing Hyper-V in the VM and created a VM in Hyper-V. Worked great.

    But I don't remember what values needs to be manipulated in the settings file. A simple googling should find something for you.
    Hi there
    Thanks

    Interesting to get hold of this build -- hopefully before Christmas.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  7.    4 Weeks Ago #316

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there.
    @CountMike
    Have you read about the Sandbox feature in the next release (18305) -- not long now I think before we can get it -- hopefully before the Christmas and New Year holidays.

    I wonder if some of the problems with VMWare on these last two builds might be in some way due to preparation for the next skippy release (18305) which will include Sandboxing feature -- which itself requires a bit of HYPER-V feature enablement.

    If that's so then could this be the end of VMWare in a Windows pro environment or will some solution be found.

    I actually like the idea of the Windows Sandbox and it does seem that you can run the whole thing actually in a VM so nesting is possible.

    @martyfelker
    There's no problem with running Windows VM's with VMware on Linux / Esxi Host systems -- have you tried though running VMware on a Windows host -- particularly on a newer CPU as there seems to be a major problem with the ipmsec modules in the cpu's which cause GSOD when you try and power on a VM.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Sand box-ing is a great feature to have while testing potentially suspect SW. I used Sanboxee for that. Sandboxie - Sandbox software for application isolation and secure Web browsing it practically isolates SW run with it from rest of system containing harmful SW from infecting or damaging system files.
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  8.    4 Weeks Ago #317

    Damn it guys, no signs of this Insider's Build for me. I cannot update 😔️. It just does not appear in my update menu!
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  9.    4 Weeks Ago #318

    dedq said: View Post
    Damn it guys, no signs of this Insider's Build for me. I cannot update ️. It just does not appear in my update menu!
    Isn't there an ISO to download ?
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  10.    4 Weeks Ago #319

    Right, there is but I would like to perform future updates over Settings, not manually so I would like to find a fix.

    Мора да има нешто 😉️.
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