Ok... I may not have been clear.
I have installed vmware but when configuring it...as noted in the install link you have...
su password-(your root password),
when the prompt comes up type in:
You are now in the actual vmware installer and you can quite safely press= ENTER to answer each question to accept the defaults.
At an early point you are asked to read the license (EULA) do so and press spacebar to get through it at the END point type in:
and immediately type in:
This continues the questions just press enter. You will get another license just press spacebar and Q at END, no yes this time, the end is very near.
When completed type in:
exit, to get out of root mode.
Ok now vmware can be run by typing in a Konsole: = vmware
One problem.. there are no kernel-header files for vmware to configure.
I installed the RPM package so there is no ./configure. I am not installing it from source.
I hope that is more clear.
It is prompting me for the location of the header files, I don't know where fedora puts them. If this was debian... I could fix it. But I installed fedora....