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Re: [SLE] [SOLUTION] Trying to get VMWare 4.5.1 installed on SUSE 9.1
  • From: Trey Sizemore <trey@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 13:35:53 -0400
  • Message-id: <1085333753.12086.58.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
On Sun, 2004-05-23 at 12:16, Trey Sizemore wrote:
> On Sun, 2004-05-23 at 08:34, Ed Harrison wrote:
> > I have the same kernel from YOU and was getting the same error.
> >
> > The key is missing Modules.symvers file in source tree.
> >
> > It is built when you go to /usr/src/linux and do:
> >
> > make cloneconfig
> > make modules (no need to do make modules_install--they are already there).
> >
> > Then finishes properly.
> Thanks, that did the trick. One last question. What do I use for the
> path to the CD-ROM device when setting up VMWare? For example, it
> defaults to /dev/cd0 but SUSE appears to use another convention. I
> tried /media/dvd but I got an error message saying that this did not
> appear to be a CD device. I suppose it's looking for an entry in /dev
> but can't seem to find it in SUSE.
> Thanks.

Figured out it was probably /dev/dev (how it appears in fstab), yet with
my Win200 disk in the laptop drive, VMWare says that there is not a
bootable disk there. Hmmmm.


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