Re: Woody installation under VMWare
o.k. using the cd 5 for installation boot
solves the problem.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2003 6:34 PM
Subject: Re: Woody installation under VMWare
> nate, 2003-Apr-24 00:50 -0700:
> > > hello all,
> > >
> > > i have a problem installing woody under a windows/vmware.
> > > After the first installation steps, i get a message:
> > > " No hard disks found "
> > > Configuration under vmware is o.k. Installing Suse is no problem!
> > > VMWare Version is 3.2.0
> > configure vmware to use IDE disks instead of SCSI.
> > I've installed debian 3 on vmware tons of times with no problems..
> > vmware defaults to using SCSI hard disks for some reason, not sure
> > why because they apparently do not emulate the scsi bios so the
> > disks are not bootable(!)
> I've had no trouble installing woody on vmware using the scsi virtual
> disk. I boot using cd disk #5, bf2.4, which recognizes the scsi disk
> everytime. I'm using vmware 3.2.
> Jeff Coppock Systems Engineer
> Diggin' Debian Admin and User
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