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November 5, 2009

Ubuntu 9.10 Server 64 bits in VMWare 7

Filed under: Software — stephane @ 9:39 am

This was not exactly a home run and while the install went smoothly – I was actually surprised to not have any questions during the install – the result left a bit to be desired. I realized something was wrong when I tried to have shared folders activated..it just didn’t show under /mnt/hgfs and vmware tools were supposedly installed correctly during the initial install…but it didn’t appear so.

So next step was to actually access the cdrom..which did not work, it was not mounted automatically and fstab ended up with 2 cdroms (not sure why) with /media/cdrom0 mapped to /dev/scd1 and /media/cdrom1 to /dev/scd0.

In addition, booting the instance, vmware complained about the floppy disk not accessible even though it was the usual default ‘autodetect’, and it seems to cascade into the entire disappearance of cdrom devices…oh well.

I kinda took a shot in the dark and modified fstab to keep only /media/cdrom0 mapped to /dev/scd0, manual mount..miracle I could see something.. then proceeded to reinstall vmware tools and I can now see shared folders… and all seems to be going well…for now.

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