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I'm running vmware fusion on a macbook pro. I installed opensuse 10.2, and I'm trying to install the vmware tools. I've got the tools in the guest OS, but when I run the vmware-config-tools.pl, it detects that the kernel headers don't match the updated kernel.
I've installed gcc and all available updates, but my kernel headers don't match the installed kernel:
I tried manually installing kernel-source-184.108.40.206.....rpm from the web, and yast gives me an error saying that this would conflict with kernel-source-220.127.116.11-0.5 that's currently installed. I'm not sure why the 8-0.5 header files aren't installed as well.
I think the opensuse folks forgot to publish an updated linux-headers package or it isn't necessary. You need to configure an update repository and update the kernel and kernel-source packages through it.