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Re: VMWare tools on Fedora Core 5



Hi Mike, thanx a lot for your comments,

Now I changed my monitor setting so a I can use a
resolution of 1024 x 768 which is what my host system
can give.  But I discovered a little bug in
system-config-display.  Whenever I try to change the
Video Card setting in s-c-d, I don't get any window,
but got this in console (pushing the "Configure"
button in s-c-d):

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File
"/usr/share/system-config-display/xConfigDialog.py",
line 345, in configure_videocard
    self.state)
  File
"/usr/share/system-config-display/videocardDialog.py",
line 63, in __init__
   
selection.select_iter(videocard_store.get_iter_first())
TypeError: iter should be a GtkTreeIter

May be I should search in redhat's bugzilla and see if
it have been reported.

Do you know something about this problem?

Thanx to all of you, I now can use a decent resolution
without installing the VMWare tools.

However, in Windows you can use your mouse without any
hassle since VMWare grabs the input any time the
window gets the focus, with linux you have to click
(or Ctrl + G) and Ctrl + Alt to grab/release the focus
which is a little annoying.

Cheers,

-William


 --- "Mike A. Harris" <mharris mharris ca> escribió:
> Actually, VMware Inc. maintains the 'vmware' video
> driver that
> is in X.Org.  It is the official X 'vmware' driver. 
> If users
> have problems with this driver, please report them
> to X.Org
> bugzilla in the proper component, so that the VMware
> Inc.
> engineer(s) who maintain the driver are aware of the
> problem.
> 
> The VMware guys have done a good job of maintaining
> the driver,
> and commit changes to CVS on a frequent enough basis
> that I'd
> consider it to be well maintained personally.
> 
> The VMware software probably includes a vmware X
> driver also,
> as all users out there may or may not have the
> latest driver
> for a given X release, and they probably prefer it
> if users
> use the latest driver than perhaps an older one that
> came with
> their OS which may not have the latest bug fixes and
> features,
> etc.
> 
> For Fedora users, I would recommend using the driver
> that ships
> with Fedora, and filing bugs in Xorg bugzilla if
> problems arise.
> If there are bugs in the driver, we can always patch
> it to be
> on par with whatever the driver is that vmware ships
> with their
> product, as it is the same driver as is in CVS head
> as far as
> I am aware.
> 
> Hope this helps.
> 
> -- 
> Mike A. Harris, Open Source Advocate  * 
> http://mharris.ca
> Proud to be Canadian.
> 
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