8 Replies Latest reply on May 30, 2014 8:46 AM by ch*417499*ng

    OracleVM 3.3 early access where is the ovmcore-console- x.y-z .el6.noarch.rpm for Oracle Linux 6?


      Any one point me to where the  download for


      ovmcore-console-x.y-z.el6.noarch.rpm for Oracle Linux 6  is?  -  as per the upgrade PDF:




      5.3 Installing and Upgrading Packages Required For The VNC and

      Serial Console

      There are two types of virtual machine consoles in Oracle VM Manager: the VNC console used to connect

      virtual machines in x86-based server pools , and the serial console used to connect to virtual machines in

      both x86-based and SPARC-based server pools. Both console types require you to install the appropriate

      package on the Oracle VM Manager host computer. You receive the following notification when the

      installation of Oracle VM Manager completes:

      Note that you must install the latest ovmcore-console package for your Oracle Linux

      distribution to gain VNC and serial console access to your Virtual Machines (VMs).

      Please refer to the documentation for more information about this package.

      This package and instructions for download are available at:


      There are versions of this package for both Oracle Linux 5 and Oracle Linux 6. They are named as follows:

      •ovmcore-console-x.y-z.el5.noarch.rpm for Oracle Linux 5

      •ovmcore-console-x.y-z.el6.noarch.rpm for Oracle Linux 6

      Download the appropriate package for the Oracle Linux installation where you are running Oracle VM

      Manager and then install it with the command:

      # rpm -ivh ovmcore-console-x.y-z.elv.noarch.rpm Substitutex.y-z with the most current version number of the package available. Substitute

      v with the version number of your Oracle Linux installation. If you already have an earlier version of this package installed, you may wish to upgrade it. In which case,

      you may use the following command instead


      I seem to only be able to find the old one from 2007.


      thanks, Chris