Snow Leopard removed the extended file context menus, which for VMware gave the option to mount .vmwarevm files with MacFuse.
Is there a way to mount the .vmwarevm files in Snow Leopard? I'm using MacFuse 2.1.5 Beta.
One workaround is to drag and drop your
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One last alternative is to use
You could try making a service to do this as well but I suspect that VMWare in their next update will include an updated contextual menu item.
Note: Above applies to Fusion v3. VMDKMounter was removed from v4 and v5. See http://communities.vmware.com/message/1827723#1827723
More recent versions of Snow Leopard and/or VMware Fusion allow to mount a Virtual Machine by right-clicking on the VM file and choosing the VMDKMounter application.
Please consider also that, even if you have MacFuse installed, you can mount the VM under Snow Leopard only with the 32-bit kernel. To use this kernel you need to reboot the your Mac while holding the 3 and 2 keys.