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Install VMWARE on Windows or Linux
VMWARE - How to add new drive

Created on 03/16/2011 07:24 PM by akr14feb
Updated on 03/16/2011 07:57 PM by akr14feb
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Posted on: 2011-04-19 10:57:37   By: akr14feb
your comments are appreciated.


    Re: Comments
    Posted on: 2011-08-12 16:46:31   By: vchanati
    hi kishor,

    i am tried to install vmware in OEL-5.but it shows the error as follows:

    Using compiler "/usr/bin/gcc". Use environment variable CC to override.

    Your kernel was built with "gcc" version "4.1.2", while you are trying to use
    "/usr/bin/gcc" version "3.4.6". This configuration is not supported and VMware
    Server cannot work in such configuration. Please either recompile your kernel
    with "/usr/bin/gcc" version "3.4.6", or restart /usr/bin/vmware-config.pl with
    CC environment variable pointing to the "gcc" version "4.1.2".

    please tell me the solution for this..

    my gmailid:rajeshchanati2@gmail.com


      Re: vmware issue
      Posted on: 2013-07-03 13:43:00   By: rayyan

      Please update the kernel headers and this will resolve the issue. If you are using SMP then select the other kernel and try to run the same command and this will work.


    Concurrent Manager Issue
    Posted on: 2012-10-14 17:39:50   By: awady
    hi Kishor,
    i have problem in concmgr service, i start it with the right sequence then when i make refresh it stop unexcpectly and the forms i build in the schema doesn't open, please feed me back if you have solution.


    Ahmed Awady

SCSI reservation for virtual device error
Posted on: 2011-10-27 08:54:59   By: akr14feb
SCSI reservation for virtual device error

I dont know quite why this happened.. and Im assuming Im not doing best practice here but I fixed this by removing all non essesntial files from the vmware machine dir: (*.log, *.RESLCK, nvram file).

Linux Uninstall VMWare Server Software
Posted on: 2011-12-06 15:11:07   By: akr14feb

rpm -qa | grep -i vmware
rpm -e VMware-server-2.0.0-122956

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Posted on: 2012-11-17 09:40:58   By: curtilina
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How do I change the snapshots directory in VirtualBox on Windows or linux
Posted on: 2013-09-19 15:48:41   By: akr14feb
Below one worked for me ...

First, follow the advice of the first answerer, and change the default machine folder by going to File>>Preferences>>General and changing the path. This only changes the path for subsequent machines you create, not for those you've already got.

Now, close VirtualBox, and move the contents of your Users/YourUserName/VirtualBox VMs folder to whereever it is you want it. Then the edit Users/YourUserName/.VirtualBox/VirtualBox.xml file. Change the paths there to your VMs to wherever you've moved your VM folders, reboot your machine, and you're good to go - no Snapshot flattening required!

Oracle VM issue
Posted on: 2016-03-13 06:55:17   By: akr14feb
Recompiling Specify KERN_DIR=