Vmware player free virtualisation software from VMware. Vmware player 3.0 no longer restricted to just powering on and running a pre-built virtual machine; it has the ability to create virtual machines like its big brother, Workstation. While it may not pack the same punch as VMware Workstation, it has graduated to a new level of [...]
This is my first post in the Arch Forums in the 5 years I have been using Arch as I usually can research my problem well enough and find a solution but this one has me stumped.I was running VMware Player 4.0.4 and had no problems with connecting USB devices on Arch 3.4.9-1 on my ThinkPad W530.I decided to upgrade to VMware Workstation 9.
VMware (VMW) offered a preview of its upcoming Workstation 11 and Player Pro 7 virtualization solutions, both of which are expected to give users enhanced performance and cloud connectivity with the VMware vCloud Air ecosystem and support the most advanced virtual environments. The announcements mark the 15-year anniversary of the original release of Workstation, which debuted in 1999.
Instead of using VirtualBox, many Ubuntu users prefer using VMWare Player to install multiple Operating system under Linux system. With VMWare you can install other OS under your currently working Operating System. Here I will guide you to install the VMWare Player on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx.
Hi everyone,i have a weird problem with the latest Vmware Player 5.0.0I have installed Virtualbox and everything went just fine but i can't start Vmware and neither there is a /bin directory.Kernel Headers and build-essentials is installed.When i type in terminal:azrael@crunchbang:~$ vmware-player
bash: vmware-player: command not foundwhereis :azrael@crunchbang:~$ whereis vmware
Installing the latest version of WMware Player is pretty easy.1. Install all the required dependencies by running the following command from a terminalsudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r)2. Download VMware Player 6.0 (either 32-bit or 64-bit) from vmware.com3.
I'm not sure if I should be posting this on a VMware forum or here, but I suspect this may be the more appropriate forum.
I have not been able to successfully mount a folder shared from my Win7 host with the Fedora 18 VM created with VMWare player. I've searched, and found some hits including on this forum, but they relate to error messages in installing VMware tools.
Hi I was looking to install this with or under VMware on windows 7 64bit, is this possiable and where can I find instructions on how to do so? I have searched the site and can not find anything for help on installing this with VMware.
Also I have VMware Workstation do I need VMware player?