Because I installed the data into the Linux version of the pshome and the program is running out of the Windows pshome, I had to create some symbolic links.
mv data data-old
ln -s ~/pshome/data data
But, that didn’t work. It still needed access to files in the setup directory. So, I got a better idea:
ln -s ~/pshome-win/bin bin-win
Open Data mover (psdmtx). I opened it from the pshome share, bin-win, client, winx86 directory.
Choose File > Database Setup
Keep the defaults for the database type screen.
Then, I chose a demo database at the bottom first. Next, I chose the HRCS option and clicked the Add button.
Keep the defaults for the database parameters.
Finally, the wizard closed and left the new script in the window.
Next, I click on the run button (or File, Run) to run the script.
When I checked on everything in the morning, I found that the virtual computer had rebooted. It may have been a good idea to unplug the host computer from the network so the virtual did not have access to the Internet to download updates for Windows.