No, not that one. When you go to the VMWare download page, they have a section for those who are installing VMWare on a Windows host and a section below for installing on a Linux host.
The third file within each group is a zip file identified as "Windows client" or "Linux client" respectively. For example, the one in the Linux group is called "VMware-server-linux-client-1.0.3-44356.zip". There's something comparable in the Windows section. I'm just not sure if they mean that the client is for installing a *nix guest specifically under Linux or is it for installing ANY guest system under Linux.
Or, do I just need the server and management interface programs?
Also, would you happen to know, does everybody need that "any-any" file fix since not every "howto" article that I've read mentions it.
And last question, if I add memory to my CentOS 5.0 system, do I have to re-install the kernel so that it knows about the new memory?
Thanks again for your help.