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i click in the window so iam in the vm window,but it wont let me run any of those options.i hit the enter key on each one and just the little cd icon blinks on the bottom right.how do u run the noacpi command?
I have never done it on Vmware workstation. Can you create a VM in vmware workstation or do you have to have vmware server to create a vm? I thought workstation was only to use existing VMs similar to what vmware player does.
On a side note, I have installed the same version of ubuntu in Vmware Server 2 just fine.
yeah there is an option too create a new vmware thing when you start.i tried too install it in using virtual box,and i ran into the same problem.iam using windows 7(32 bit),but iam not sure if that would make a difference.i dont know if its me or vmware thats causing this problem.iam using vmware version 7.0.1 build-227600.maybe ill try vmware server if i cant figure this out and see if that makes a difference.