Meteohub in HyperV-VM

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Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by schwarmt » Mon May 31, 2010 9:00 pm

As I am using hyper-v on my server I cannot use the vmware player. Can I install it on a Hyper-V virtual machine?
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is supported by Microsoft. Can it be installed on this linux?
Is the some guide how to do this?

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Re:Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by admin » Mon May 31, 2010 11:35 pm

sorry, no experience with that and no idea.

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Re: Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by DevilsneT » Fri Dec 06, 2013 3:03 pm

I have converted the VMware Image to a an Hyper-V Image, Meteohub starts to Login.
The Problem (in the Moment) is the NIC -> I am not able to install the right driver because of my poor Linux knowledge.

In Hyper-V Generation 1 you have the possibility to define COM Ports to NamedPipes.
With this Porgramm (https://github.com/albertjan/PipeToCom) you are able to make a connection between NamedPipe a real COM Port on the Host or to an USB/Ethernet Converter.
So a connection to the weather hardware should be no problem.

Can anybody help me?

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Re: Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by DevilsneT » Tue Dec 10, 2013 3:24 pm

So in the meantime i have a running Config!
My mistake was that I selected the wrong network adapter in the Hyper-V configuration. :oops:

I also were able to get the program "PipeToCom" running, this works really good.
A long-term test will show how well this combination really works.


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Re: Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by YJB » Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:34 pm

Hi,

My meteohub is running in a virtual machine under control of VirtualBox. Has proven to be a stable combination; I'm only having a random issue where the system time is not always in sync. Might be down to Debian, as all my other Virtual Machines do not have this issue.

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Re: Meteohub in HyperV-VM

Post by DevilsneT » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:51 am

In my case I have allmy stuff on my HomeServer (Windows 2012 with Hyper-V).
If you have allready Hyper-V installed on the Server you are not able to run another virtual solution because of the Hypervisor.

So I have to run Meteohub in Hyper-V!

Until now I don't have problem with the system time.

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