Installing Ubuntu 12.10 in VMware Workstation 9.0 (hereinafter referred to as VMWARE9) is simply, without a bit of technical content, to take notes.
The following is the first contact VMWARE9 installed Linux system to explain the way the text.
1, start the virtual machine, select "New Virtual Machine"
2. Click Next
3, custom, click Next
4, choose the installation disk image file, I put in the C disk
5, personalized Linux
Enter full name: Ubuntu 12.10
User name: Jb51.net
6, Name the virtual machine, what do you want this virtual machine to use?
I choose Ubuntu12.10.
Then click Next
7. Processor Configuration
Specify how many virtual machine processors to change
8. Virtual Machine Memory
How much memory do you want the virtual machine to use?
Memory size based on your own machine memory size selection, I choose 1024MB here, and then next
9. Network type
10. Select I/O Controller type
I'm using the SCSI adapter, this is the choice.
11, select the disk
Which disk do you want to use?
If you are installing with VMware for the first time, choose to create a new virtual disk and next
12. Select the type of disk
What kind of disk do you want to create?
I chose the SCSI
12. Specify Disk capacity
How big do you want the disk?
Ubuntu Recommended Size: GB
Specify disk files
Where do you want to store this disk file
14. Prepare to create virtual machine
Click "Finish" to create the virtual machine and start installing Ubuntu, then install VMware Tools.
OK, click Finish.
15, started installing Ubuntu 12.10 in VMware9
16. Installation process
17, installed, enter the password can enter the Ubuntu 12.10
18, open the Http://jb51.net Web page to see it.