Ubuntu is an operating system based on the Linux kernel. Ubuntu released its first version in October 2004. Ubuntu itself is based on Debian. In this post, I will show on how to install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.
In the previous post, I share how to install the NetVault Backup Server and create a media target called Virtual Tape Library (VTL). I will protect the Domain Controller that I already created. Before I can backup the target client, I need to install the NetVault Client.
Quest NetVault Backup Software is a set of data protection software. It can be used to protect data and software application in physical and virtual environments from central management interface. It support heterogenous environment such as Windows, *nix, VMware, Hyper-V, MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle, Sybase, NDMP, Exchange, DB2, and etc.
For my lab I will using VMware Workstation. It is a hypervisor software that share the host resources to the Virtual Machine (VM). Multiple VMs with guest operating system like Windows 10, Windows Server 2019, Ubuntu Desktop, CentOS 7 and etc on the same host.
Open web browser and search for VMware Workstation.
Click on Download VMware Workstation Pro.
Choose and Download the VMware Workstation Pro.
Once the download complete. Run the software.
Tick “I accept the terms…” and click Next.
Tick “Enhanced keyboard driver…” and left the rest as default. Click Next.
At User Experience Setting, click Next.
At Shortcuts, click Next.
Wait until the installation complete.
If have license, click License and install the key. If not click Finish.
Click Yes to restart computer. (Enhanced keyboard driver required to restart to take effect.)
Run the VMware Workstation. Here show the interface of VMware Workstation.