I downloaded the Oracle VM Virtual Box version, and got it working, after adjusting the BIOS setting on local laptop. Had to initiate a reboot and enable a setting.
But I really wanted to get it working on Windows 10 Hyper-V and there wasn't a download for that on the site.
So I found a webpage to convert to VHD file:
Open dos command prompt, navigate to the following directory (change accordingly!): cd C:\Users\jbloom\VirtualBox VMs\Hortonworks Sandbox with HDP 2.4
run the command: "C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage" clonehd "Hortonworks Sandbox with HDP 2.4-disk1.vmdk" HDP2.4.vhd --format vhd
From there, found this site: http://www.eightforums.com/virtualization/41195-how-import-vhd-file-into-hyper-v.html
They instruct to create a VM not connected to anything, other than a Network Switch, which you can create.
It created the Virtual Hard Drive:
And a Virtual Machine:
Then Copied the .VHD file into the folder listed above:
Went into Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Machine newly created, went to hard drive, re-pointed to the .VHD file, and started the VM, then attempted to Connect:
Going into the Network and Sharing Center, we see an existing Switch already created for Oracle, with same IP address:
So let's go ahead and change the Oracle one to a different IP Address (from .1 to .2)...
Then disabled and set the Hyper-V to 192.168.56.1:
Stop and re-start the VM:
There was still a connectivity issue warning, however, was able to log into the Linux VM using Username & Password:
Decided to create a network bridge between the VM adapter and the Network Adapter:
An IPConfig indicates that the IP Address changed:
Restarted VM, connection successful!!!
Once logged into the VM, 'ifconfig' to get the ip address:
Connect from Laptop (not VM):
So it looks like it's working. One thing to note, although I originally connected to the VM via Oracle, changed the password there, when it got imported to Hyper-V, it remembered the new password. Interesting.
And there you have it~!