i realise this is a cloudmin issue, but im a newbie so i thought i had better stick with the newbies area.
In following the instructions on installing cloudmin GPL on debian systems (mine is ubuntu 16.04) …
- I download the file to my google cloud compute instance “myuser@myhostname:/tmp$” folder…
- then run the installer…
myuser@myhostname:/tmp$ sudo sh cloudmin-kvm-debian-install.sh
- I then get the following error
Welcome to the Cloudmin GPL for KVM installer, version 1.1 *
Operating systems supported by this installer are:
Debian 4.0 or later on i386 and x86_64
Ubuntu 8.04 or later on i386 and x86_64
If your OS is not listed above, this script will fail (and attempting
to run it on an unsupported OS is not recommended, or…supported).
Continue? (y/n) y
Checking for hardware support for KVM …
… not found. Make sure your CPU has Intel VT-x or AMD-V support
A short search on Google …
reveals the following…
Faizan (Google Cloud Support)
Other recipients: voe...@google.com
VT-x support is still a feature request that we are considering in the future. However, I don’t have an estimated time to share with right now. You can keep an eye on Google Cloud Blogpost where we announce new features and products for Google Cloud Platform.
I hope that helps.
Anyone got an suggestions on this one?
I just assumed that if this works on AWS it would work on GCCE?