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Zoneminder Appliance for VMware

Zoneminder Virtual Machine Appliance for VMware

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Fresh, fully updated Zoneminder virtual machine template. You can use this .OVA vm template with any flavor of VMware you wish, not just ESXi. This virtual machine is up to date as of 9/23/12. It includes Ubuntu 32-bit 12.04.1 LTS and Zoneminder 1.25.0. Additionally, it has version 9 of VMware tools preinstalled as well. You can have a fully configured Zoneminder install in minutes using my virtual appliance. In ESXi, simply load the vSphere client, go to File and select Deploy OVF Template and point it to the downloaded OVA file. If using the .OVA with any VMware product other than vSphere/ESXi, you’ll need the OVF Tool (see my support site for download details).

See my blog/support page for 1.26 upgrade instructions and FAQ.

Admin username is zmadmin, as is the password.
MySQL Root password is zmadmin as well.
The Zoneminder web interface username and password is admin.
There is no root password set for Ubuntu.

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  • Open-Source Surveillance System
  • Virtual Machine Template for VMWare
  • Installs and Configures in Minutes

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User Interface

Console/Terminal, Web-based

Registered

2012-10-09

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