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    Default kernel-header install

    After the final install vmware workstation,Program not open and erroe kernel-header is not found.
    How can I install linux-kernel-header in my opensuse 12.3?
    i can't install it with zypper. also no exist in YAst>software management kernel-header.

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    Smile Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by mornwk View Post
    After the final install vmware workstation,Program not open and erroe kernel-header is not found.
    How can I install linux-kernel-header in my opensuse 12.3?
    i can't install it with zypper. also no exist in YAst>software management kernel-header.
    Open YaST / Software / Software Management - Select the View Button on the top left and pick Patterns. Now, you will see several Patterns listed and you want to select:

    Code:
       Development 
    
    [X] Base Development
    [X] Linux Kernel Development
    [X] C/C++ Development
    Then Press the Accept button on the bottom right and allow these applications to install.

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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmcdaniel3 View Post
    Open YaST / Software / Software Management - Select the View Button on the top left and pick Patterns. Now, you will see several Patterns listed and you want to select:

    Code:
       Development 
    
    [X] Base Development
    [X] Linux Kernel Development
    [X] C/C++ Development
    Then Press the Accept button on the bottom right and allow these applications to install.

    T
    hank You,

    I do not underestand exactly,i want just install kernel-header.i installed more of the packages, i upload Photos of YaST / Software / Software Management .please help.









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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    ok kernel-headers is no longer a separate package I think, so install kernel-source and you will get the headers.

    But if you need the headers you will also need the c++ compiler and other development tools also

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    Exclamation Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by mornwk View Post
    After the final install vmware workstation,Program not open and erroe kernel-header is not found.
    How can I install linux-kernel-header in my opensuse 12.3?
    i can't install it with zypper. also no exist in YAst>software management kernel-header.
    Please reread as I provided exact instructions for a KDE user, the default, for which you did not mention the desktop used.

    Thank You,
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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by mornwk View Post
    After the final install vmware workstation,Program not open and erroe kernel-header is not found.
    How can I install linux-kernel-header in my opensuse 12.3?
    i can't install it with zypper. also no exist in YAst>software management kernel-header.
    Hi
    The headers reside in the linux-glibc-devel (Linux headers for userspace development) package.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    The headers reside in the linux-glibc-devel (Linux headers for userspace development) package.
    I install linux-glibc-devel,but yet not install kernel-header. Hazy...!

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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by mornwk View Post
    I install linux-glibc-devel,but yet not install kernel-header. Hazy...!
    Hi
    What version of vmware is it player or workstation, can you post the output from the command;
    Code:
    uname -a
    Can you do a capture of the error your seeing from vmware?
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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    What version of vmware is it player or workstation, can you post the output from the command;
    Code:
    uname -a
    Can you do a capture of the error your seeing from vmware?
    it,s vmware workstation 9.0.1 and opensuse 12.3


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    Default Re: kernel-header install

    Hi
    You need to check the vmware forums for a patch for the 3.7 kernel, the files are there, it's vmware that can't find them....
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