Ik kwam deze tutorial van Windley’s op zijn blog Technometria  tegen.

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The Process

The first step is to make an image of the source machine. I recommend g4l, Ghost for Linux. There are some detailed instructions on g4l available, but the basics are:

  • Download the g4l bootable ISO and put it on a CD.
  • Boot it on the source machine.
  • Select the latest version from the resulting menu and start it up (you have to type g4l at the prompt).
  • Select raw transfered over network and configure the IP address and the username/password for the FTP server you want the image transfered to.
  • Give the new image a name.
  • Select “backup” and sit back and watch it work.

Lees hier het complete artikel: http://www.windley.com/archives/2007/08/p2v_how_to_make_a_physical_linux_box_into_a_virtual_machine.shtml

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