problem with vmware

drew einhorn drew.einhorn at
Thu May 24 01:23:29 UTC 2007

I get those messages all the time.  Doesn't cause a problem.

I've seen the problem with no disk found installing virtual machines for
some guest operations system.  When you create a virtual disk for the VM
you have a choice of what kind of disk controller you want.  Choose a different
one.  Don't take the default.

On 5/23/07, Ben Edwards <funkytwig at> wrote:
> I have installed the vmware server from the commercial repositories.
> It seems to work OK but if I try to install XP the install says it
> cant find a hard disk to install onto.
> If I try running vmware from a terminal I get:-
> /usr/lib/vmware-server/bin/vmware:
> /usr/lib/vmware-server/lib/ no version
> information available (required by /usr/lib/
> Any ideas?
> Ben
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