Re: OT: suspending vmware
We use vmware extensivly in our environment, and every time apm has kicked in on the host machine, the guest oses work fine and come back up properly. I'm not sure if they're actually being 'suspended' per-se, but they dont complain.
I do know however that NT4 workstation out of the box has little if not no support for apm. Perhaps a later service pack might provide it some insight.
On Thu, Sep 06, 2001 at 02:09:53PM +0200, Martin F Krafft wrote:
> i know about the "use APM features when suspending" of vmware, but it
> doesn't help a lot when the guest is NT Workstation 4.0. so i am
> wondering if anyone of you heard of a way to tell the underlying
> vmware application to suspend, just as if its suspend button had been
> clicked. this can happen either from the linux (host) or from the
> windoze (guest) side.
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