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luckyboyyt 06-09-2010 05:29 AM

VMware virtual machine with the RedHat9 can not recognize win7 hard drive
 
VMware virtual machine with the RedHat9 can not recognize win7 hard drive, so can not be mount,how to solve?
Situation is showed in the Figure,when type the command ,it do not display the hard disk, and can not quit,how can I solve it?
Seeking for help , thank you! !
the picture is below
http://hiphotos.baidu.com/zhidao/pic...c0c3ce79ae.jpg

jay73 06-09-2010 05:57 AM

Install samba on your red hat virtual machine.

luckyboyyt 06-09-2010 07:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jay73 (Post 3997679)
Install samba on your red hat virtual machine.

i have tried ,but...
it seems that it has nothing to do with samba
thank you all the same

Elv13 06-09-2010 08:55 PM

Virtual machines are isolated from real hardware, you have to share a folder and open it in RedHat9 with a samba mount.

BUT REDHAT9 IS ALMOST A DECADE OLD, if you just picked up a distribution, then it is the worst choice. Redhat (not Enterprise) Linux is now called Fedora.

luckyboyyt 06-10-2010 07:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Elv13 (Post 3998419)
Virtual machines are isolated from real hardware, you have to share a folder and open it in RedHat9 with a samba mount.

BUT REDHAT9 IS ALMOST A DECADE OLD, if you just picked up a distribution, then it is the worst choice. Redhat (not Enterprise) Linux is now called Fedora.

thanks,i will have a try

chrism01 06-10-2010 06:20 PM

FYI, Fedora is the bleeding edge R&D distro. If you need a long term stable distro, get Centos = free copy of RHEL.

jefro 06-10-2010 09:23 PM

Install additions.

John VV 06-11-2010 12:01 AM

rh 9 is so old i would not expect it to be able to see a win7 ntfs drive

i do not think there was ever a working r/w ntfs driver for it .

use CentOS 5.5


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