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Sorry for my late response. Erich Kaderka February 13th, Actually you can compile a new Hyper-V kernel.
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Ok, try to reboot. Well, the new modules version is from a different kernel version. If not, you should do. Dniel Costa September 21st, Then I infokinux again kernel 2. Jalal You face that with emulated adapter or synthetic adapter? It seems to be hyper-v integration working fine.
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Hello Richard, Please check here for 32 bit support: You should compile a new kernel for Debian 6. Highly appreciated not only for your efforts but making awesome even more awesome!
Hello moo, Debian is not a supported OS at the moment. I tried to install, but received the following error: Hi Guys 201 want to enable hyper-v support in debian Mail will not be published required. Hello Gilles, Thanks for your comments. Ok, for some reason, update-initramfs -k all -u seemed to work. The device will work, but this is an unsupported configuration. The system seems to work fine though.
I am running Server R2 These messages do not concern me much. Debian on HyperV July 15th, Debian is not a supported OS at the moment. I am getting the same errors above, and the VM works fine for one or two days but then loses network connectivity.
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I have to reboot the VM and only then it will work again. Have you tried Ubuntu?
There is a problem with the download of http: Thank you for your reply. I had to add a legacy network card. IDE 2 every is on another physical disk. Can you help mi please thank You. After reboot, i switched that legacy adapter with synthetic. Hm… Debian packages seems to be unavalible, infolinuxx.
Let me know if you find a solution. Hi Yusuf, thanks for this how-to, works like a charm: