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next generation sequencing data processing how to use the virtual machine vm
Next Generation Sequencing Data ProcessingHow to use the Virtual Machine (VM)
  • Andreas Gisel
  • Institute for Biomedical Technologies
  • CNR
  • Bari - Italy
virtual machine vm
Virtual Machine (VM)
  • A virtual machine is a tightly isolated software container that can run its own operating systems and applications as if it were a physical computer.
  • A virtual machine behaves exactly like a physical computer and contains it own virtual (ie, software-based) CPU, RAM hard disk and network interface card (NIC).
  • Benefits
  • In general, VMware virtual machines possess four key characteristics that benefit the user:
  • Compatibility: Virtual machines are compatible with all standard x86 computer
  • Isolation: Virtual machines are isolated from each other as if physically separated
  • Encapsulation: Virtual machines encapsulate a complete computing environment
  • Hardware independency: Virtual machines run independently of the underlying hardware
starting the vm2
user: embnet

password: embnet2012

Starting the VM
starting the vm3
Starting the VM

Ubuntu Manual

short description of the Virtual Machine

setting up the vm1
Setting up the VM

Connect your USB stick

  • Connect USB stick
  • unmount from host machine
setting up the vm2
Setting up the VM

Get started for the Tutorial

setting up the vm3
Setting up the VM

Stop the Virtual Machine

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