HI there, I know the frustration and people around keep suggesting KVM/qemu
and virtualbox. It like XY solution.
Dont be mad with thus people. They just don't know that some people like
me, need to use specific tools (vmware) for getting job done and don't use
another alternative because I need to get my existing image running.
Maybe some people like me can help you? My last attempt are resulted
failure with kernel module, even I posted here
I saw, the thread inside VMware official forum about the problems too,
which fault come from VMware it self.
But recently with new update, it worked flawless for VMware Player 14.0.0
build-6661328 and VMware Workstation 14.0.0 build-6661328
Here a tweet about my success achievement
,it just few hour
There is automated tool by hhemied - https://github.com/hhemied/FixVMware
for VMware workstation, plus here some changes if you need for VMplayer
Get newer version of VMware (uninstall older version first, reboot, install
new ones, reboot, check new VM working or not) and get new kernel. It
should be work fine for now. If you still having problem, share you details
from terminal output such kernel version, vmware version, journalctl -xe ,
output when run vm via terminal and any useful logs to help you in future.
On Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 3:31 AM, JD <jd1008(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 09/30/2017 01:20 PM, Samuel Sieb wrote:
> How is this relevant at all? Fedora is running fine on it too.
> Do you have to use VMware? Have you tried using KVM/qemu?
Not to mention VirtualBox.
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