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I'm running VMWare Fusion on my mac (osx lion). I saved a file there that I'd like to view on the host machine. How can I access this file? VMWare is running an Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit server image.

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VMWare provides a mounter for their disk image, so you can double click on the vmdk file and it should be mounted automatically.

Your real problem is that OS X has no built-in support for the ext file system, but you can easily find third party tools online. You can either download pre-compiled packages or use macport/brew to compile your own.

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didn't quite follow you. what is the vhd file? – Ramy Dec 6 '11 at 23:29
    
i don't see anything when i run sudo find / -name "*vhd*" that looks like it belongs to the vm. – Ramy Dec 7 '11 at 1:04
    
Sorry. It should be .vmdk file instead of vhd. You can find it in your virtual machine "file" which is actually an package that you can open using the context menu. – billc.cn Dec 7 '11 at 13:45

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