Joel Bryan Juliano
joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Sun Jun 11 21:02:40 UTC 2006
I use the vmware-player (multiverse) to install basically all guest OS
without the need for vmware workstation. I've created a simple HOWTO
tutorial in the ubuntu wiki.
the FREE VMware player in multiverse, when it's installed, it'll fix all the
required modules and configurations for you.
Which is pretty neat!
On 6/12/06, Mario Vukelic <mario.vukelic at dantian.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-06-11 at 09:11 +0100, paul cooke wrote:
> > how does that cope when you get a kernel change? cos vmWare basically
> > has to
> > be "reinstalled" whenever you change the kernel.
> Thinking about it: has vmplayer different kernel modules for their
> products? If not, the vmplayer module that is packaged for the vmware
> player in Dapper multiverse might work. (And there is a "source" package
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gawk; grep; unzip; touch; strip; init, uncompress, gasp; finger; find,
route, whereis, which, mount; fsck; nice, more; yes; gasp; warnquota,
umount; head, halt, renice, restore, touch, whereis, which, route, mount,
more, yes, gasp, umount, expand, ping, bashbug, dump, make clean; sleep
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