Im having the same proble i get a quick flash of some kind of image i can barely make out befor it goes away then just a blank screen does this work on a computer with both linux and windows side by side and i could only get the iso to burn with ubuntus disk burner but not in windows my laptop is fairly new though so that may be the problem any input would be great.
jrunscript – Java command-line script shell. Jstack – utility which prints Java stack traces of Java threads (experimental)
jstat – Java Virtual Machine statistics monitoring tool (experimental)
jstatd – jstat daemon (experimental)
keytool – tool for manipulating the keystore
pack200 – JAR compression tool
policytool – the policy creation and management tool, which can determine policy for a Java runtime, specifying which permissions are available for code from various sources VisualVM – visual tool integrating several command-line JDK tools and lightweight clarification needed] performance and memory profiling capabilities
wsimport – generates portable JAX-WS artifacts for invoking a web service. The old deployment launcher, jre, no longer comes with Sun JDK, and instead it has been replaced by this new java loader. Now a single launcher is used for both development and deployment. Java – the loader for Java applications. This tool also helps manage JAR files. This utility generates Java bindings from a given Java IDL file. Experimental tools may not be available in future versions of the JDK. Jabswitch – the Java Access Bridge. It accepts an XML schema and generates Java classes. Exposes assistive technologies on Microsoft Windows systems. (experimental)
jmap – This utility outputs the memory map for Java and can print shared object memory maps or heap memory details of a given process or core dump. Javac – the Java compiler, which converts source code into Java bytecode
javadoc – the documentation generator, which automatically generates documentation from source code comments
jar – the archiver, which packages related class libraries into a single JAR file. Xjc – Part of the Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) API. (experimental)
jmc – Java Mission Control
jps – Java Virtual Machine Process Status Tool lists the instrumented HotSpot Java Virtual Machines (JVMs) on the target system. Javafxpackager – tool to package and sign JavaFX applications
jarsigner – the jar signing and verification tool
javah – the C header and stub generator, used to write native methods
javap – the class file disassembler
javaws – the Java Web Start launcher for JNLP applications
JConsole – Java Monitoring and Management Console
jdb – the debugger
jhat – Java Heap Analysis Tool (experimental)
jinfo – This utility gets configuration information from a running Java process or crash dump. Appletviewer – this tool can be used to run and debug Java applets without a web browser
apt – the annotation-processing tool
extcheck – a utility which can detect JAR-file conflicts
idlj – the IDL-to-Java compiler. This tool is an interpreter and can interpret the class files generated by the javac compiler.
You must think to a virtual machine, like it is a physical one: you can boot up, shut down gently, abruptly power off, it has memory, disks, network card, and even a sound card if you want. By default it will start from the virtual CD. It is now the time to start the virtual machine.
The installation was pretty much the same as the 12cR1 version. Over the next few days I’ll be testing out some of the features to decide if we can move across to it permanently. I did an EM Cloud Control 12cR2 installation at work yesterday. 3 on HP-UX and the middle tier was installed on RHEL 5. The database repository was 11.
By the way 1024 MB is a good starting point. Now you must select the amount of RAM to assign to the VM. Please note that the more you assign to the VM, the lesser will remains to your host operating system: if there is a lack of available memory on the host OS, the system will start to swap, affecting even the VM performances. So pay attention in balancing the RAM size of the VM: however the configuration interface will alert you if you are exaggerating.
Can’t seem to find that in the screenshots posted
Some comments revolve around persistence, which would allow changing configurations or file-contents and keep these changes for the next system-boots, so its important to understand these 2 features are very different. Nice to read about media writer, sounds good and useful. ’
As I’m understanding it, this functionality allows to write some sort of snapshot of an existing/customized fedora-installation to an usb-stick. How do I copy a larger non-Live installation to my USB-drive then. This sentence has caught my attention: ‘Alternatively, Fedora Media Writer will also copy larger (non-“Live”) installation images onto a USB thumb drive.
Sometimes this doesn't work for me though. We're going to add the ISO image you downloaded from the Fedora download, so select the option "Choose Optical Disk File" then navigate to the ISO you downloaded in the "Gather what you need" step 2. Go to Network and change NAT to Bridged adapter.
Anyway really good job as it will help new users to get in fedora. But I would like to see an option to be able to give persistent storage to my stick in order to be able to use it without installing fedora to a hard drive and keep changes. In conclusion I would like to see a GUI App for these commands. I am using Fedora Media Writer and I am really contented with it. Right now I am using command su -c “livecd-iso-to-disk –overlay-size-mb 2048 Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-26-1. Iso /dev/sdX” to achieve this.
Two of the three attempts were stymied by the file download errors, and the third was a simple not able to copy notice. On a different note I have tried using the media writer to create different, live user USBs with different spins and unfortunately I could not get it to work properly. If this is not the correct forum to troubleshoot, please suggest suggest good options to get this working properly.
You can configure the virtual machine (VM) configuring various kind of hardware: how much RAM, what kind of chipset (PIIX3 or ICH9), how many (virtual) CPUs, up to four . You can install the VirtualBox software, configure a virtual machine, and run another operating system, like installing it on another PC.
All management is be done by signing in to the centralized management system – hosts and guests will be available for management there. That said, if you want to look around inside the LIVEvisor that’s fine just sign in with user:root pass:witsbits (it only works from the server console). You should probably not log in to the LIVEvisor at all.