Re: VMWare



Mark,

That much is usually true; when VMware Server installs, depending on
your method, if it can't find a set of kernel modules which load
cleanly into your running kernel, it will attempt to build the modules
needed. For that you will need your kernel dev/header packages and all
compiler tools, but that's pretty much it. You can remove them when
you're done, but keep in mind you may need to rebuild the modules any
time you upgrade your kernel image.

katsu

On Wed, Dec 24, 2008 at 11:22 AM, mark <m.roth2006@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Paul M. Whitney wrote:
VMWare server 2.0 (I believe) is the latest release. It works like a charm.
I do not believe you have any toasting concerns by installing and using it.
There is a lot of support for it on the web mostly at vmware.com.

A question: a friend on another list says I might need to install the kernel
dev kit, since I'm installing it in use mode.
<snip>
Thanks!

mark

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