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HOW TO: Create your second Linux Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) Server Virtual Machine on a VMware vSphere Hypervisor 8.0 (ESXi 8.0) Host Server

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert PRO / EE Fellow/British Beekeeper)
EE Fellow, MVE, Expert of the Year 2021,2017-11, Scribe 2016-2012, Author of the Year 2018-6,2013-2012 VMware vExpert Pro, vExpert 2022-2011
In this article, I will show you HOW TO: Create your second Linux Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) Server Virtual Machine on a VMware vSphere Hypervisor 8.0 (ESXi 8.0) Host Server

For more guidance and a step by step tutorial with screenshots, which supports this video, please see the following article which this video is based on HOW TO: Create your first Linux Virtual Machine on a VMware vSphere Hypervisor 7.0 (ESXi 7.0) Host Server

This was the original article I wrote over 10 years ago, and I reference it in the video.

HOW TO: Tutorial Video - Install VMware Tools for Linux on a VMware Linux virtual machine

The CodHead Club - Edward Richmond - Awesome Resources is here on Github - https://github.com/CodheadClub/AwesomeResources/blob/master/Virtualisation.md#andrewhancock

Colin Westwater Blog Article - https://www.vgemba.net/vmware/Removing-VMTools/

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2. Upload the Windows operating system ISO image file to the VMFS datastore.

Upload the ISO image to the VMFS datastore. Please see this video.

HOW TO: Upload an ISO image to a VMware datastore for use with VMware vSphere Hypervisor 8.0 (ESXi 8.0) using the vSphere Host Client, and checking its MD5 checksum signature is correct.

3. Creating the Windows Virtual Machine.

Select New Virtual machine and follow the wizard, selecting the components required.

4. Installing Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Server Operating System in the Virtual Machine.

Once the operating system has booted from the ISO media, follow the operating system instructions to install the OS.
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