Is it possible to build UCS on a Debian install?


#1

I’m having trouble installing UCS due to UEFI boot issues and the inability to use legacy boot. (See this forum post and this bug report.)

Assuming I can do a standard Debian install, is there a way to build UCS directly on it?


#2

No I think that is not possible !

Is it a must to your config to install on BareMetal ?
I think you may install the UCS Server as an VM on Vmware ESXi for example - for me thats works perfect (also with the free version of ESXi) and with this config you are more flexible on upgrading/moving to different Hardware later on.

rg
Christian


#3

Thanks, Christian. I’ve tried almost every way possible to boot from the UCS iso and this PC just won’t do it. I’ve even tried installing in a virtual machine and then cloning its drive to the PC. I may indeed have to run it from a VM for now and move it when I find a mini PC that will work with UCS.

I actually haven’t tried the 4.2 release that just came out today, so I’ll give it a try and if that doesn’t work, I’ll try installing Debian and building UCS on it.