Need help with Vmware
chris at schoeppi.net
Mon Jul 24 12:54:10 UTC 2006
On Sa, Jul 22, 2006 at 03:25:36 +0200, Christian wrote:
>I have been trying to install Vmware onto my Debian. Using the latest
>daily build and have installed the suggested linux-headers and such.
>The vmware installer warns me that my Kernel was compiled with Gcc
>4.03, in my case 4.04 and that could cause VVmware to crash.
That message is also shown on my system. However, this message can be
ignored, I had no trouble because of this reason so far.
>I created my Virtual machine under Windows, moved it and its entire
>directory onto my LInux partition. Started the Vmplayer with
>GNopernicus, located the vmx (config file) but Vmplayer seem to display
>a question after I have pressed enter on that file which Gnopernicus
Start vmplayer directly from the console:
- Change into the directory where the files of your virtual machine are
- Execute the following command in this directory:
xinit /usr/bin/vmplayer -X <vm.vmx>
Replace <vm.vmx> withe the filename of your vmx-file
If the virtual machine stops during bootup, just hit enter a few times.
Depending on your hardwaresettings vmplayer shows messages on not found
or not activated devices, but the virtual machine should come up at
Christian Schoepplein <chris at schoeppi.net>
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