How to build a virt-p2v ISO in fedora ( F18/F17) using virt-p2v-image-builder ?

Install ‘virt-p2v-image-builder’ package in your fedora system. I installed in fedora 18 .

virt-p2v-image-builder-0.9.0-1.fc18.noarch

 

Now, run ‘virt-p2v-image-builder ‘ commmand as shown below

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Thats is , you have ‘Virt-P2V.iso’ in your current directory!!

[root@]# ls -lh Virt-P2V.iso
-rw-r–r–. 1 root root 117M Jun  6 23:52 Virt-P2V.iso
[root@]#

 

Now, you run a virt-p2v client using this newly created ISO !!!

 

Let me know if you come across any errors while doing this..

4 Replies to “How to build a virt-p2v ISO in fedora ( F18/F17) using virt-p2v-image-builder ?”

  1. I’ve tried to do as you did.
    unfortunately :
    Installati: vim-minimal ##################### [291/290]
    Installati: strace ##################### [292/290]

    Error creating Live CD : Unable to run [‘/usr/bin/firewall-offline-cmd’, ‘–enabled’]!
    Any help would be appreciated !

    François

  2. I’m having the same issue as the other commenter described. I did disable selinux and reboot but got the same error. Here is my version of livecd-tools. I attempted to install the EPEL version instead but haven’t succeeded at that yet.


    [root@new-host-3 tmp]# rpm -qi livecd-tools
    Name : livecd-tools
    Epoch : 1
    Version : 18.17
    Release : 1.fc18
    Architecture: x86_64
    Install Date: Mon 13 Apr 2015 12:28:40 AM EDT
    Group : System Environment/Base
    Size : 145720
    License : GPLv2
    Signature : RSA/SHA256, Tue 16 Jul 2013 11:50:34 AM EDT, Key ID ff01125cde7f38bd
    Source RPM : livecd-tools-18.17-1.fc18.src.rpm
    Build Date : Mon 15 Jul 2013 03:03:14 PM EDT
    Build Host : buildvm-10.phx2.fedoraproject.org
    Relocations : (not relocatable)
    Packager : Fedora Project
    Vendor : Fedora Project
    URL : http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/livecd
    Summary : Tools for building live CDs
    Description :
    Tools for generating live CDs on Fedora based systems including
    derived distributions such as RHEL, CentOS and others. See
    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraLiveCD for more details.
    [root@new-host-3 tmp]#

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