dgboles at gmail.com
Tue Oct 30 09:45:22 UTC 2007
on 10/29/2007 10:44 PM, Les Mikesell wrote:
> David Boles wrote:
>> on 10/29/2007 7:03 PM, Les Mikesell wrote:
>>> David Boles wrote:
>>>>>> As for Fedora itself. Since you no longer use it why to you care anymore?
>>>>> I have more than one machine, so I track fedora on a box that I can
>>>>> afford to have fail to boot on occasion to know what to expect from the
>>>>> next RHEL/Centos.
>>>> Ah! I see now. A 'bitch about it' box just for Fedora. ;-)
>>> I look at it as having 3 chances to get the broken stuff fixed before
>>> I'm going to have to live with it in Centos... But, I'd give it much
>>> more of a workout if wasn't such a pain to keep updated under vmware
>>> since the interface to vmware tools changes all the time.
>> I thought that they, VMware, fixed that with 6.0x.
> Version 6.0 of what? I don't see how they can fix it permanently
> without a sane interface on the Linux side to interoperate with.
Version 6.0 of VMware. Are you using an older version? There were some
problems when 'they' (Linux folks) moved and renamed the kernel header
files. It was fixed with a patch to the VMware config file. Either d/l and
apply the patch or use your favorite text editor on the config. This was
discussed to death, like this subject's thread, several times.
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