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Unable to run the .OVA file

  • #14438
    Anand V

    I have downloaded the Oracle Virtual box but could not Configure Host-­‐Only Networking. Please help on the next step.

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  • #14439
    Carter Shanklin

    Anand did you follow the VirtualBox install guide at http://hortonworks.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Installing_HDP_Sandbox_01_12.pdf

    If you did and are still seeing problems, we would need more specific information to understand what the problem you’re seeing is.

    Anand V

    Thanks. I am able to run the .OVA file. It is getting struck at the last step of the installation.I am using google chrome web browser. when i enter the ip address i am unable to connect. Do i need to use internet for the ip access. Also when i use ALT+F5 in the final step and enter the login and password i am unable to get the access to the sandbox.
    Please advise on next steps

    Sasha J

    it is not clear from your post what IP address you entering.
    Also, what username/password do you use to login to the sandbox?
    Please, explain.

    Thank you!

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