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Re: [vox-tech] latest vmware problems

On Tuesday 18 March 2008, Wes Hardaker wrote:
> >>>>> "DB" == Dylan Beaudette <dylan.beaudette@gmail.com> writes:
> DB> Unable to make a vmmon module that can be loaded in the running
> DB> kernel: There is probably a slight difference in the kernel
> DB> configuration between the set of C header files you specified and
> DB> your running kernel.  You may want to rebuild a kernel based on that
> DB> directory, or specify another directory.
> There are modified versions of the vmware modules that let you run on
> older/newer kernels (and contain other fixes).
> DB> /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.16-2-686-smp
> That's certainly older.  Generally vmware doesn't support older/newer
> kernels and they're pretty specific on a particular kernel range for a
> particular version.
> google for vmware-any-any in a .cz TLD and try those modules.
> (it's also linked from the wikipedia vmware entry)

Thanks for the tips Wes. I had tried the vmware-any-any patch, and get the 
same result... dang!

Dylan Beaudette
Soil Resource Laboratory
University of California at Davis
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