Re: VMware-4.5 workstation under Debian/testing?
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- Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 14:24:41 +0300
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On Tue, Jun 01, 2004 at 12:10:23PM +1000, glenn wrote:
> Hi Ishwar
> I run vmware workstation on sid (upto date latest, you know the one that
> unistalls samba and kde and messes with cups) with 2.6.6, and have done
> on 2.6.5 for ages, and server out windows advanced server to upto 3
> clients with it. There were some hassles getting it going initially, but
> that was a previous build. The current build has no trouble compling the
> vmnet modules etc. You'll need to have installed the kernel headers
> package for the kernel you are using.
> The only 2 cavets are my one attempt to use a usb device in windows
> failed, and oneday after an apt-get dist-upgrade, my cd and dvd
I am having the same problem and it seems to be mostly dependent on
hotplug, although I am not completely sure.
Having hotplut disabled and just usbcore and usb-uhci loaded and
/proc/bus/usb mounted gives it a chance.
Their docs say that the usb device can't be claimed by kernel drivers
so that is probably whats causing the problem.
> suddenly appeared as removable devices, and won't let me use cd's as it
> offers to format them. I haven't put any effort into fixing these issues
> and may yet turn out to be trivial.
> Best of luck
> On Mon, 2004-05-31 at 10:22, Ishwar Rattan wrote:
> > I am interested in running vmware-4.5 work-station under debian/testing
> > (2.6.5). The software (not purchased yet) has a rpm package
> > and a tar.gz that contains files for RH/Mandralke/SuSe. Is any one
> > running it suceesfully under debian?
> > -ishwar
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