Zero installation GNUmed virtual machine

This should be the easiest way to try out GNUmed ever. This method works on GNU/Linux and MS Windows without any configuration on your part. All you need is the VMware player .

VMware Player lets you evaluate new or pre-release software contained in virtual machines, without any installation or configuration hassles. You can also share existing virtual machines with colleagues or friends—just use VMware Player to run any virtual machine.

Step 1) Visit the website of VMware

to get and install the VMware Player.

Step 2) Get a copy of the GNUmed virtual machine.

GNUmed's virtual machine is made of several large files which total 2.1 GB in size. The GNUmed virtual machine features a complete installation of GNUmed on openSUSE 11.2. It includes a fully configured GNUmed client and local GNUmed server. You can test it without any internet connection.

First option
  • We will ship it on DVD instead. The cost is 20 Euro plus shipping. All funds will be directed to the GNUmed project.

Second option
  • You can download a VMware appliance which includes GNUmed from sourceforge.

Step 3) Email me

at sebastian dot hilbert at gmx dot net to arrange for shipping.

Topic revision: 15 Feb 2010, SebastianHilbert
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