VMWare and FC3 issue ( was FC3 and VMWare)
fedora at maxxrad.net
Tue Dec 21 20:21:19 UTC 2004
Yep. I got it.
run those 2 commands and now everything is happy.
Thanks so much for your help guys.
what exactly does those 2 commands do?
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004, Paul Howarth wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-12-21 at 14:04 -0600, Don Dupy wrote:
>> here's my issue
>> installed VMWare workstation 4.5.2 (I think)
>> run the vmware-config.pl .. ok to this point
>> installed guest OS (WIN2K) .. still ok a this point.
>> everything is ok....
>> reboot laptop ..
>> try to run vmware .. I have to run the vmware-config.pl again to make it
>> work. everytime I reboot I have to run the vmware-config.pl script to make
>> it work again. I know there is something I am not doing. I tried to read
>> about it and I thought you have to rebuild the kernel and include the new
>> modules in the new build?? does that make sense?? I have never had to
>> rebuld the kernel yet. I am not against it, but I don't know how.
>> well, there is my issue .... any thoughts?
> You must have missed the thread on this earlier today.
> After you have run vmware-config.pl, do:
> # cp -rp /dev/vm* /etc/udev/devices
> # chkconfig vmware reset
> You only need to do these once.
> I'm assuming that you have the FC3 errata update for the udev package
> (http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/3/i386/udev-039-10.FC3.6.i386.rpm) installed.
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