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Virtualization in RHEL

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I need a guide to virtualization in RHEL.
I tried many ways but it always gives me a different error, and in fact is very difficult and I know what I'm doing wrong.
What I want to achieve is to install a virtual machine from a ks.cfg on RHEL 6
If someone is holding appreciate some guidance about whether the share.
I've searched Google, Youtube, and other pages about it, and I can not accomplish anything.

posted Jun 8, 2013 by anonymous

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I think it would help if you were a bit more specific.

For example, putting ks.cfg virtualbox into google came up with this as the
first hit.

VirtualBox is probably the quickest and easiest to use on CentOS. The
other options are VMware-player and KVM.

answer Jun 8, 2013 by anonymous
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answer Jun 8, 2013 by anonymous
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Google found nothing in this list archives for me but did find this :

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