frank.duignan at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 23:40:23 IST 2006
PAM is required by vmware - I installed a basic sarge setup and all was
well. It can be operated from the command line though the GUI is nice.
On 8/10/06, Bernard-Joseph Roche <bjroche at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys and Gals (and those not sure),
> I am looking to use the free VMWare Server product on a couple of
> boxes. I would like to use Fedora as the host operating system (I
> know, I know it is not supported). I could use Ubuntu but want to stay
> with Fedora.
> Anyway, my question is for those in the know is what is the minimum
> (the bare minimum) please that I must install in order to support
> VMWare. I appreciate that if the hardware doesn't work in the host
> operating system it will naturally not be available in the virtual
> Do you need X? I know you need the kernel headers and gcc, but what
> else is essential?
> Thanks in advance,
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