vmware on debian-live
I think you can drop in to a shell with this FAQ will help Q: How do I
launch an interactive shell during the chroot stage?
Then do your work in the chroot shell to make vmware operations work.
On this note I believe there is a boot param hook= that is either
already in or coming in that might allow you to inject your setup but
for the vmware-server it would be easier to just chroot and build in
reference build process here -
* The hard way, using meta helpers:
# cd debian-live
# <edit config/* to match your needs>
I hope I have this correct for you.
On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 6:25 PM, Marco Lechner
<marco.lechner at geographie.uni-freiburg.de> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I try to create a debianlive PXEnetbootimage. Everything works fine
> (lenny, fix_fuckup, ...). But I would like to integrate vmware-server.
> How can I do that.
> To integrate VMware-Server in a debian-env I have to run the perl-based
> installscript from vmware - including a lot of interaction and compiling
> against the kernel-headers, ...
> I'm very new to debian-live - therefore I hope for a easy workaround I
> just don't know yet ;-)
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