i have installed SuSe linux into VMware (as virtual OS)
i have set up network card IP to 192.168.1.50 in Linux
then i gave the same IP to VMWare virtual machine adapter
and then i opened putty, wrote IP address which i gave but it displayed error (fatal error)
can you help me to solve this problem
thank you beforehands
> hi, all
> i have installed SuSe linux into VMware (as virtual OS)
> i have set up network card IP to 192.168.1.50 in Linux
> then i gave the same IP to VMWare virtual machine adapter
> and then i opened putty, wrote IP address which i gave but it displayed
> error (fatal error)
> can you help me to solve this problem
> thank you beforehands
If I understand what you are saying it means that you have two machines
(the host and the guest) with identical IP in your subnet. That can’t work.
Where are you trying to connect from?
Where are you trying to connect to?
Between Linux you don’t need PuTTy, that’s an ssh client and in Linux
ssh is built in. You use command line to connect.
In vmware you set the guest OS networking either bridged or nat.
Which is it?
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I can not be sure about the general installation and setup regarding VMware with OpenSUSE as a virtual machine (for that you should anser Vahis questions) but regarding the connection “via putty” you should check also if sshd service is running and if the port is opened:
- is sshd service running
su rcsshd status
also in YaST / Network Services / SSHD Server : YaST/Modules/SSHD Server - openSUSE
- is the sshd port (usually 22) opened in the suse firewall (from YaST / Security and users / Firewall ): YaST/Modules/Firewall - openSUSE
In vmware i use bridged connection
and i use SuSe in order to create database Oracle
what i must do
- azegurb wrote, On 10/11/2009 11:06 AM:
> In vmware i use bridged connection
Then the virtual machine needs its own IP from the same network as the host. Assign it manually inside the virtual machine or use DHCP (probably not the best ID for a database server).