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    Hi,
    i have installed the rpm of VMWARE but i don't know how to excute it
    An idea somebody?
    Many thanks

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    Try typing vmware in a console

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    Quote Originally Posted by trazomtg
    Hi,
    i have installed the rpm of VMWARE but i don't know how to excute it
    An idea somebody?
    Many thanks
    Hi
    Workstation or server? and what OS version etc?

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    i have installed VMWare workstation
    i don't know how to lauch it!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trazomtg
    i have installed VMWare workstation
    i don't know how to lauch it!!!!!!
    Hi
    You may need to run the vmware (see gefro's post) command as root user
    first to setup.

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    in fact i didn't succeed to install vmware!
    it says :
    Kernel Headers 2.6.26.7-9-pae need to be compiled and loaded!!

    how can i do this
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by trazomtg
    in fact i didn't succeed to install vmware!
    it says :
    Kernel Headers 2.6.26.7-9-pae need to be compiled and loaded!!

    how can i do this
    Thanks
    Hi
    You need to install the linux-kernel-headers, kernel-syms, kernel-source
    and gcc either via YaST or if your at the cli (command line)
    Code:
    sudo zypper in kernel-source kernel-syms linux-kernel-headers gcc
    Then re-run vmware

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    did somebody succeed to install VmWare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trazomtg
    did somebody succeed to install VmWare?
    Hi
    Well I have it (vmware workstation 6.5) running fine on openSUSE 11.1
    64bit system.

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    Fantastic!!!!
    how did you do that?

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