Minemeld Installation OVA + ISO : LiveCD or removable?

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Minemeld Installation OVA + ISO : LiveCD or removable?

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Hi everyone,


I want to install Minemeld following the official tutorial [1] that uses an Ubuntu OVA + MineMeld ISO that installs the software during the first boot. My question is if that ISO can be removed after first boot and the consecuent installation, or it's a LiveCD that needs to be plugged in all time. Something like the following process:


Import OVA - Add ISO - Boot the machine - Auto install - PowerOff - Remove ISO - Power On - Continue working with Minemeld full operative


[1] https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Articles/Running-MineMeld-on-VMWare-desktop/ta-p/72038


Thanks in advice!




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As I'm already checking, when I try to download the cloud-init ISO (Step 2), I get an Access Denied Error, while the download of the cloud OVA (Step 1), has been successfull. Anyone has idea about that?


Thanks again for the help.




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I'm getting the same error. Is there any solution for this?

I have the same issue! 

The OVA and ISO are now deprecated, please use the following instructions to install on 16.04: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Articles/Manually-install-MineMeld-on-Ubuntu-Server-16...


Or better use the docker image at jtschichold/minemeld

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