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Re: [vox-tech] VMWare workstation version 4 for windows
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Re: [vox-tech] VMWare workstation version 4 for windows

One question:

How is the network adapter (in vm settings) configured now?  Bridged?  NAT? 
Host only?

I use NAT, and it automagically worked (but my host is linux and guest is

Any help I can give, I'll try, but VMware has always 'just worked' for me...



--- Karthikeyan <karthikeyan.balasubramanian@aspiresys.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
>   I successfully installed Knoppix on VMWare.  I just have 2 issues.
>    *  I set this in my office computer.  And I have been assigned a 
> local ip(  Just
> wondering how can I browse internet through VMWare Knoppix.
>    *  I tried dragging files from windows(XP) to knoppix but it is not 
> allowing me to drag and drop.  I even
> tried to create a shared folder  i.e Edit virtual machine settings -> 
> Options tab -> Shared Folders ->
> Add.  Here I added a new folder i.e myshare.  But I am not able to see 
> this folder under linux.  Normally
> it should be inside /mnt.
>    Any help here would be greatly appreciated.
>   Have a great day.
> Karthikeyan B
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