Ubuntu + vmware

Qiuli Han ivyharry at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 17:45:07 UTC 2008

I thin you will have better luck on VMWare community site:


On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 9:01 AM, Bart Silverstrim <bsilver at chrononomicon.com>

> Alan E. Davis wrote:
> > I can only say that using vmware-server, it is free and doesn't expire.
>  I
> > was able to fine usb settings, on another machine running Gentoo.  I
> haven't
> > tried yet on Ubuntu.  There is a setting, on the tool bar/menubar of the
> > console, but it was hidden there somewhere unexpected.
> I was using 1.0.4 and had an XP guest using iTunes to update my Nano,
> but I had to kill the high-speed USB module in order for iTunes to see
> the Nano.  There was an update on vmware to 1.0.5, but the update list
> said it was just a maintenance release, nothing about fixing the USB
> problem.
> The Touch wasn't seen as a usable device in 1.0.4.  Windows would bubble
> a message about seeing a device plugged in, but from there would do
> nothing more.
> The beta for 2.0 said it now has full support for USB 2.0, and there
> were some speculating that the Touch and Phone will only work on USB 2.0
> from my Google searches.  So I downloaded it to try it.  After it
> installed I found some saying all their betas expire and then after
> searching around I found that despite the USB 2.0 support on the site
> the actual current beta seems to have that support deactivated.  @!#$!
> I was hoping a new beta or final product would be coming out before the
> deactivation...
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