You can find them here: https://mikrotik.com/downloadIs it possible to install 7.0 beta on an x86 server for Hardware compatibility testing?
didn't find iso cd-rom or img disk to x86 server
Yes, the x86 7.0beta5 ISO is missing, then you can use the above said netinstall method as the latest beta is avail for it.Installing RouterOS on an x86 machine is very simple
PC: Download the ISO image, burn it to CD and boot from it. Your new router will run for 24 hours without a license (turn it off to stop the timer). During this time you can try all the features of RouterOS.
Other x86: Netinstall will write RouterOS to any secondary drive you have attached to your Windows PC. Move the drive to your Router PC and boot it.
I also have the same result.I had tried to do that too,
but I got an error that the installation of 6.x should be licensed to be able to upgrade to 7.x
I'm not in the mood to risk losing a RouterOS license just for compatibility testing.
But thanks for the suggestion.
Thanks for the helpI just tried and I was able to make bootable USB flash with beta5 like this:
1) Start mikrotik netinstall v7.0beta4 : http://www.mikrotik-software.de/downloa ... 0beta4.zip
2) Then download beta5 npk, put it into new directory, select it in netinstall
3) Select USB flash drive in drive list and click install (MAKE SURE IT'S REALLY USB FLASH DRIVE, NOT YOUR HDD!!!)
4) Remove USB flash and plug it into PC with NO HDD CONNECTED. If there is HDD, it's possible for install to install ROS directly on it, wiping it in the process!!!!
5) I used vmware virtual machine, with no disk, only PLOP boot manager ISO in cdrom (for usb booting)
6) Boot vmware, in removable devices find USB flash drive and connect it to the VM, then boot from USB
7) ROS installer will run, installing ROS to the USB flash drive
You can now boot ROS from the usb flash drive on any PC, with no harm to installed HDD
PXE boot: That's really nice to have, it makes installing on remote system much more easier.Or You can download netinstall-7.0beta5 and install via PXE boot (feature added as of 7.0beta5).
thanks, it worked for meEither You can use the .iso image provided by this link (ISO file should also be accessible in download.mikrotik.com page on the next release) - https://box.mikrotik.com/f/092549ada5484eeab7bb/
Or You can download netinstall-7.0beta5 and install via PXE boot (feature added as of 7.0beta5).
Thank you, I will do it!Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with specifics about the server and experienced issues.