[SOLVED] Ubuntu VM cant see vdisk


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Hi Guys

 

I cant seem to figure this out. Im very new to unraid and I have read through the help. I have an old machine using a Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R motherboard and in i7920.

I am unable to turn on IOMMU 

 

When I boot ubuntu it works fine until install where it needs a drive. It cant see the drive. 

 

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These are my settings for the VM below. But I have tried tons of variations. 

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Can anyone help me here? I have virtulization on and I know this machine can run vms because I have used both hyper v and virtualbox in windows and virtualbox in Ubuntu server before moving to unraid. 

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On 9/4/2018 at 2:59 AM, lordvaderxiii said:

Im a complete idiot. This is because I put a number but not a G for gigabyte in the disk size. 

Same here 😅, was thinking this would be standard in GB but isn't.

Thanks for the post !

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On 9/3/2018 at 7:59 PM, lordvaderxiii said:

Im a complete idiot. This is because I put a number but not a G for gigabyte in the disk size. 

 

Ha! Glad I found your post. I did the same thing......probably deleted and reinstalled the VM 10 times :)

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On 9/4/2018 at 3:59 AM, lordvaderxiii said:

Im a complete idiot. This is because I put a number but not a G for gigabyte in the disk size. 

Lol, I admit I had the same issue as you did 😂

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