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 Virtualizor running on Centos 8, Timing of Centos 8 (9 Replies, Read 6576 times)
ikaastra
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When is Virtualizor for Centos 8 expected?
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Floffy
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Any update when CentOS 8 will be added as a template?
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thirdgen
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We're also interested in CentOS 8 support.

As some hypervisors such as KVM are already supported by newer distributions by Virtualizor, I assume the likelihood of success for CentOS 8 would be a high degree of confidence.  I suspect however that development towards CentOS 8 is going to delay due to waiting for other vendors to announce their support for an upgraded version of their product, i.e. Virtuzzo, OpenVZ, LXC.  Unfortunately, I expect no such announcement anytime soon, especially given the push to sunset LXC in favor of more popular options such as Docker.

Would highly prefer Virtualizor set itself apart from its most direct competitor - no name mentioned, and work to support KVM on the latest distro and kernel versions.  It is just unlikely we'll see any movement from other container-based or hypervisor-based software anytime soon.  The lack of development from their competitor is what drives us here to begin with.
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domainscoza
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Anyone running Virtualizor on CentOS 8 host yet?
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chirag
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Hi,

Sir you shold be able to install Virtualizor on CentOS8.
Only issue on centos 8 is that the windows password does not get set as they have removed the utility.
We will release it in beta for centos8 as there are many utilties which were removed in centos8.
Till now we have seen the only issue of windows password reset.
Everything else is working fine.
Let us know for further information.

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domainscoza
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Quote From : chirag August 18, 2020, 8:19 am
Hi,

Sir you shold be able to install Virtualizor on CentOS8.
Only issue on centos 8 is that the windows password does not get set as they have removed the utility.
We will release it in beta for centos8 as there are many utilties which were removed in centos8.
Till now we have seen the only issue of windows password reset.
Everything else is working fine.
Let us know for further information.


Any ETA on the Windows password fix ?
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chirag
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Hi,

Sir we are working on it and it will be available soon.

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chociz
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We are interested in centos 8 however we see it in beta can we know the possible issues we might face?
Also please clarify if there will be a migration tool coming through virtualizor.
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chirag
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Hi,

Sir on Centos8 you can install virtualizor but they have removed the some utilities due to that windows password change operation is not working.

Let us know for further information.


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