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May 28th, 2014

Instalando o CUCM 10.5 no KVM Linux (sem VMware)

Cisco, Collaboration, CUCM, Linux, Voice, by Tiago Lima.

 

Passos:
1) Download CUCM iso file from cisco.com:
UCSInstall_UCOS_10.5.1.10000-7.sgn.iso

2) Create the directory for mounting the iso file:
sudo mkdir /mnt/iso

3) Mount the iso file:
sudo mount -o loop UCSInstall_UCOS_10.5.1.10000-7.sgn.iso /mnt/iso/

4) Create the directory for editing files:
mkdir /tmp/CUCM

5) Copy the files to temp directory:
rsync -a /mnt/iso/ /tmp/CUCM/

6) Enable KVM support by renaming the file:
cd /tmp/CUCM_custom/Cisco/hssi/server_imple­mentation/KVM/QEMU/shared/bin
mv api_implementation.sh.proposed api_implementation.sh

7) Edit hasHwSnmpMonitoring function in Cisco/base_scripts/ihardware.sh:
vi /tmp/CUCM/Cisco/base_scripts/ihardware.s­h

The function should look like:
function hasHwSnmpMonitoring()
{ return 1
}

8) Create bootable iso file:
mkisofs -o /tmp/Bootable_UCSInstall_UCOS_10.5.1.100­00-7.sgn.iso -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -J -R

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Responses to “Instalando o CUCM 10.5 no KVM Linux (sem VMware)”

  1. Thank you for the post I wondered if you had seen the issue with

    cannot locate kickstart file on CDROM

    I know the isolinux.cfg file has to have the ks=cdrom:/ks.cfg

    If I debug i see unable to mount /dev/sr0

    I get this even if I simply make a bootable disk even without ammending any files

    regards

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