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VMWare Server on SME Server 7

Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #150 on: April 22, 2008, 06:29:38 PM »

Did you select port 902 for the console connection during set-up?

Thanks for your quick reply...  :D

Yes during setup i enter the port 902... But i think that i have some xinetd problems... i install xinedt manually.... realy don't know how to configure xinetd...

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Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #151 on: April 23, 2008, 01:21:26 AM »



I would remove xinetd and smeserver-vmware and then reinstall smeserver-vmware.
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Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #152 on: April 23, 2008, 09:22:20 AM »
I will try to do that...  8-)

Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #153 on: April 28, 2008, 11:01:54 AM »
Ok all is running now... I do an new install from scratch...

Regards and thank's for support....

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Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #154 on: April 01, 2009, 01:13:29 AM »
Is it possible to transfer files from the guest machine running windows to the remote client running the VMWare Server Console?  Some virtual managers allow for a folder that can be shared by both the guest and the client running the console software.  I can see how to connect my local cdrom to the guest OS but dont' see how to make a folder on my local hard drive able to read/write to a folder or drive created in the virtual guest OS.  Running VMWare 1.0.7 on my SME 7.4 box.

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Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7
« Reply #155 on: April 01, 2009, 09:28:26 AM »
Is it possible to transfer files from the guest machine running windows to the remote client running the VMWare Server Console?  Some virtual managers allow for a folder that can be shared by both the guest and the client running the console software.  I can see how to connect my local cdrom to the guest OS but dont' see how to make a folder on my local hard drive able to read/write to a folder or drive created in the virtual guest OS.  Running VMWare 1.0.7 on my SME 7.4 box.

hi Daniel

I think you should ask such a question on vmware forums, as it is not a SME issue

anyway, AFAIK, no, in vmware there's not this possibility

Ciao
Stefano
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Re: VMWare Server on SME Server 7 (gcc on SME 8b6)
« Reply #156 on: November 11, 2010, 03:21:37 AM »
[edit] CentOS built the kernel with gcc 3.4.5 (because redhat did). .....
When you're done remove gcc and whatever dependancies it has - you don't want that on your server.

I'm expecting you to write a howto covering all your install steps now ;-)
Hi Stephano,
I am wanting to install Plone4 (recent major release) on my SME8b6 and it requires the c compiler.
Could you please tell me
1. where I get the appropriate and how to install, so that it can be removed afterwards (Centos5 I believe)
2. am I correct that it should be removed for security
TIA aussierob
ps If I get it to work I will happliy write some install steps
pps would love to have VMware running, but it is best to go back to scratch and install VMware with SME on top or simply add VMware on top of SME (I have read up on these issues, but not gained a clear direction)