Am 24.06.2015 um 07:51 schrieb Michal Kubecek:
On Tuesday 23 of June 2015 19:46:57 Markus Koßmann
Looks like vmware-modconfig checks gcc version but
I'm not sure if there
is a reason to do so. According to the documentation, there are ABI
changes but those should affect only C++, not C. You can try to build
i think its a bug in vmware.
i also updated to latest kernel 4.1.0 and to latest gcc 5.1.1, so the
gcc i have installed is the same the kernal was built with.
nevertheless vmware failed.
the modules manually, i.e. unpack the tarballs in
and run "make" in each subdirectory; it should suffice to build vmnet
and vmmon (vsock and vmci are in mainline kernel already, vmblock is
probably not needed - vmware-modconfig doesn't built it on my system).
I tried it now on my 13.1 and it worked.
thanks for this hint.
i tried it before, but i started with vmci or vsock (don't remeber
anymore) and it failed, so i thought it will not work.
after your hint i tried vmnet and vmmon and it worked.
so i was able to solve this issue.
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