At last I found it ;-)
Run Once -> Set boot options and select "start paused"
On 03/04/16 08:46, gregor wrote:
did you find a solution? I have here a similar problem, the boot
menu isn't shown because the VM boots to fast or the console
connection fire up to slow to I step into the screen after the boot
Is it possible to add a delay to the boot menu? (10 seconds, ...)
I have a broken Windows VM where I try the last 30 minutes to boot
from the DVD but the console connections connects so slow that it
is always in the boot phase and skips to boot from the Windows iso.
It boots also from the harddisk but it it is not set in the boot
On 11/12/15 17:50, Taste-Of-IT wrote:
> Am 2015-12-11 16:37, schrieb Simone Tiraboschi:
>> On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 11:10 AM, Taste-Of-IT
>> <kontakt(a)taste-of-it.de> wrote:
>>> i will install my first vm with centos and setup vnc and
>>> spice with bootoption and centos as iso in dvd drive. i
>>> downloaded virt-viewer 3.1 for my windows10. if i start the
>>> vnc console which opened console.vv and than opened the
>>> virt-viewer i see only message of bios version and no boot
>>> medium as information. if i reboot the screen doesnt changed
>>> and i also have no option from the activated bootmenue? Can
>>> anyone help?
>> Edit virtual machine -> Show Advanced Options -> Boot Options
>> -> Enable boot menu -> reboot
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> Hi, thats what i have done. And i also choose the dvd-boot-iso on
> first position for boot, but i cant see the menu in viewer.
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