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FusionAccess V100R006C20 Cloud Classroom Solution Product Documentation 10 (Single-Classroom Scenarios)

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Setting the OS Boot Device to CD/DVD-ROM (KVM)

Setting the OS Boot Device to CD/DVD-ROM (KVM)


You need to set the OS boot device to CD/DVD-ROM if the OS needs to be installed on a Linux Infrastructure VM. Generally, after the VM is mounted to a CD/DVD-ROM drive and automatically restarts, you can select to install the OS using a CD/DVD-ROM drive as prompted. If you miss the selection, you need to manually set the OS boot device to CD/DVD-ROM.


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  1. In the navigation tree on the left, click to enter the Resource Pools page.
  2. On the VM tab, enter the search criteria and search the VM whose startup mode is to be changed.

    Click name of the target VM.

  3. On the Configuration tab, choose Management > Options.
  4. In the Boot Device area of the Options page, click Modify to set Network or CD/DVD-ROM as the startup mode of the VM.

    Click Confirm.

  5. Click the Configuration tab and choose Hardware > CD/DVD-ROM Drive, and view the drive information about the VM.

    • If mounted is displayed, skip this step.
    • If unmounted is displayed, mount the VM to the CD/DVD-ROM drive on the current page.

Updated: 2019-04-25

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