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How to enable the VM auto-boot in Proxmox VE

After the setup of my first Proxmox VE, I need to shutdown and startup your Proxmox hardware node. There are many reasons for this such as adding new hardware or to apply new kernel updates.

Before shutting down the Host machine, I have to shutdown the LXC container and all VMs.

When I start the Proxmox VE host node, the VM will not start up automatically. I will do it manually.

Here is the way to make the VMs auto-start with the HOST.

Datacenter > Virtual Machine > 109 (example.com) > Options > Start at boot

Double click the “Start at boot”, select the check box and OK.

Start at boot, options of Virtual Machine in Proxmox VE

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Error Booting CentOs in VirtualBox – FATAL: INT18: BOOT FAILURE

This weekend, I tried to install CentOs 6.3 in VirtualBox VM 4.1.20. I didn’t find any problem with installation until the first reboot on which the system told me:

FATAL: INT18: BOOT FAILURE

I tried many times to re-install this Centos. Still has same problem.

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Oracle VM VirtualBox is Great VM software

The only Free Virtual software.
Sometimes I need a different OS for testing purpose. I don’t want to install on a real computer. Otherwise I will be bothered by install another one or rewrite it.
To save time and space. I am looking for the VM software.
There are some products on the market. Including Oracle VirtualBox, VMware, Microsoft Virtual PC, etc.
After researching, I decide to use VirtualBox.
Host OS:
Windows, OS X, Linux, Solaris.
I tried both Windows XP and Windows 7. Easy and simply to installation.
Just download the VirtualBox 3.2.10 for Windows host, Save it and install this file.

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