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OPS235 Lab 2

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# Launch the ''KVM virtual machine manager'' by clicking '''Applications''' -> '''System Tools''' -> '''Virtual Machine Manager'''.
# When prompted, enter your '''root ''' password.# Click on the '''create a new VM icon''' located near the top left-corner of the application window.# Select the '''Network Install ''' option and click '''Forward'''.
# Enter (copy and paste) the URL located at the top of this section (depending whether you are at Seneca College or not) and click '''Forward'''.
# Set RAM size to 2048 MB and click '''Forward'''.
# <span style="background-color:yellow;">Enter the name: '''centos1''', select the option: '''Customize configuration before install''', and click '''Finish'''.</span>
# <span style="background-color:yellow;">Another dialog will appear. Click '''Processor''' and on right-side under Configuration select '''Copy Host CPU Configuration''', click '''Apply''', and then click '''Begin Installation''' at the top left-hand side.</span>
#<span style="background-color:yellow;">During the install, select '''Gnome Desktop''' software selection). For partitioning, customize the select '''I will configure partition settings''', but have them automatically createdclick done, and then edit the select '''/Click here to create them automatically''' . Set the / partition to use the for '''ext4''' file -system)type, and click '''Done'''.</span>
# <span style="background-color:yellow;">Complete the installation. Login to your regular user account, and perform a '''yum update''' for the centos2 VM (reboot if required). Make certain to adjust your screen-saver settings if desired.</span>
#<span style="background-color:yellow;">Repeat the steps as you did in the previous investigation ([ Investigation1 Part 2]) to '''stop and disable firewalld, install iptables-services, start and enable iptables''' for this newly-created VM.</span>

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