Share Windows and Linux folders under vmwarevm

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Author: User

Here, a folder is shared between Windows and Linux on the vmwarevm.

The following describes how to implement it:

1. Install VMware. workstation.

2. Install fedora10.

3. After completing the first two steps, choose VMware> toolbar> Virtual Machine> choose to install the VMware tool.

4. Open vmware-> toolbar-> Virtual Machine-> removable devices-> CD-ROM-> Settings-> use an ISO image file (select Linux. ISO in the VMware installation directory)

5. mkdir/mnt/CDROM

6. Mount/dev/CDROM/mnt/CDROM

7. CD/mnt/CDROM

8. CP VMwareTools-5.5.0-18463.tar.gz/tmp, copy this file to TMP

9. Run CD/tmp to enter the temporary directory, and run ls to check whether the file is in this directory.

10. Tar-zxvf VMwareTools-5.5.0-18463.tar.gz unzip this file

11. Go to the vmware-tools-distrib directory under the tmp directory.

12../The vmware-install.pl executes this file, and when prompted, press Enter. Restart After installation

Finally, choose VMware> toolbar> Virtual Machine> select Settings> Option share folder.

Complete.

 

 

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