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comment How to find the IP Address of a vm running on VMware (or other methods of using VM)
@kbolino updated that.
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comment How to find the IP Address of a vm running on VMware (or other methods of using VM)
still have that command... while most likely the VM just has those input devices connected as USB devices - which causes them to be inaccessible to the driver - which is actually running on the host OS.
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comment How to find the IP Address of a vm running on VMware (or other methods of using VM)
@RivieraKid those commands can be executed on a local console of any machine running within VMware - if basic keyboard and/or mouse are not available at the shell prompt - that rather sounds like a general container mis-configuration... because only the enhanced keyboard depends on VMware tools. if no keyboard - simply mounting the disk into a fully functional OS is always possible (and rather hassle free).
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comment Ubuntu 10.04: an error occurred while mounting /mnt/hgfs
to see what mounts: mount -t vmhgfs .host:/NAME_OF_THE_SHARE /mnt/hgfs
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comment Ubuntu 10.04: an error occurred while mounting /mnt/hgfs
I'd say this is the most proper answer... the S error-message only means that the mount-point hasn't been configured properly. Just test manually once what mounts and use those parameters in fstab. Adding the concrete name of the share to the path with numeric uid/gid should make it work.