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  • 2. Open it and click on the "Restore" button
  • 3. Select the backup you want to restore from and follow the instructions
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    This guide is meant to help you when you get an Ubuntu VMware kernel error code.

    I would look at “Install” to see if VMware can find the correct package. If not, cancel this and run:

    apt-cache search linux-headers-$(uname -r)

    linux-headers-5.0.0-13-generic – Linux headers kernel must be up to version 5.0.0 on SMP x86 64bit

    I then ran the after command to update the Unix-style headers:

    sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)

    ubuntu vmware kernel

    However, it appears to be stuck next to the VM Compiler/Monitor (VMware Module Kernel Updater).
    Maybe someone knows how to solve this problem?

    Installed from .bundle

    • VMware Workstation 6.5.1 Build 126130 Ubuntu 8.10 AMD64
    • VMware Workstation 6.5.1 Kubuntu 8.10 AMD64
    • VMware Workstation 6.5.0 Ubuntu 8.10 x86
    • VMWare Workstation 6.5.0, Super Ubuntu 8.X86 10
    1. Install required packages build-essential, linux-kernel-headers, don’t forget linux-kernel-devel

      sudo aptitude install build-essential linux-kernel -headers linux-kernel-devel
    2. Browse to the location of the VMWare .bundle file, enter our

      ubuntu vmware kernel

      gksudo bash ./VMware-Workstation - 6.5 .0- 118166.i386.bundle 

    Alternate installation of everything from .bundle

    • VMWare Workstation 6.5.0, HackBuntu Alpha or possibly 8.10 x86 Me (DM link)

    • VMWare Workstation 6.5.0, Super Ubuntu 8.10 x86

    In the terminal (cd), finds the path to the installation location. Then type this in

    sudo./VMware-Workstation-6.5.0-118166.i386.bundle

    Install In Jaunty

    0. As above, but even then it is the faulty module that needs to be removed:

    sudo mv /usr/lib/vmware/modules/binary /usr/lib/vmware/modules/binary.old
    sudo vmware-modconfig --console --install-all

    Installing from .rpm type

    It is relatively easy to port the VMware .rpm file to a .deb file and use VMWare in the manager package. Here’s how:

    1. Make sure you are using essential kernel headers and compilers: Apt-get
      • sudo install linux-headers-$(uname -r)build-essential gcc -3.4
    2. Download VMWare Workstation 6.0, everything from your site in.rpm and type, get the serial number of people like this while you’re at it.

    3. Transform our .rpm into a .deb containing

      • < pre > fakeroot Alien VMware-workstation-6 –scripts.0.*.rpm
    4. Install .deb file when using dpkg
      • < pre >sudo -i vmwareworkstation_6.0.*.deb
    5. Edit /etc/vmware /locations root anyway and add the following 5 required lines (not for 6.0.5):

      1. Reply shortly after
        •  in BINDIR /usr/bin 
          add

          answer SBINDIR /usr/sbin
      2. Immediately after < ul>
      3.  delete_BINDIR_responseBINDIR response 
        remove_answer /usr/bin

        Add SBINDIRreply SBINDIR /usr/sbin

    6. Run vmware-config.pl ( and answer the questions accordingly, this type hasn’t really changed since you looked at vmware.although you should know how uname -r can come back.) with

      •  sudo /usr/bin/vmware-config.pl
    7. Unzip the license agreement and VMWare expects it to be unzipped, but it will install compressed: Gunzip
      • < pre> sudo /usr/share/ doc/vmware/EULA.gz
    8. < li>Start Vmware, accept the EULA and enter the serial number.

    VMware Translation 5 should now work with Ubuntu out of the box. If you are running VMware 5 with Ubuntu as a good guest OS, try NAT instead of bridging.

    First Install

    1. Download the demo frequently from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/, which usually uses the ubuntu-5.10-install-i386.iso image.

    2. Create a new virtual machine.
      • Virtual machine configuration: normal

      • Guest: Linux OS

      • < p>Version: Alternate Linux Kernel 2.6.x

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      • 1. Download and install the software
      • 2. Open it and click on the "Restore" button
      • 3. Select the backup you want to restore from and follow the instructions

    Choose a name and location for the virtual machine: as needed. (For reference, I choose Ubuntu and O:VPC)

  • Networking: use bridged networking (See this VMware documentation for other networking configurations.)

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  • Hard drive capacity: here you also have a choice, I chose 4 GB and turned it on Now allocate some hard drive space and split the CD or DVD to 2 GB files. improves utilization, and instant disk partitioning into 2 GB blocks minimizes file size limits when transferring virtual training equipment using Samba.

  • Change the settings related to the new virtual machine:
    • Memory – increase the amount of memory for the main guest OS by 256 (default value be ) 512. Although not, because I have RAM, then there is no reason.
    • CD-ROM – use ISO image: specify the path of your download, which was mine O:BitTorrentubuntu- 5.10-install-i386.iso < /p>

  • Start the virtual machine.
  • Press Enter on the boot or boot menu.
  • Customize settingsand Ubuntu: