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help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3491

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hi i have a problem with vmware...i am currently facin this problem...i was wonderin if i want to start the v.machine...i click on start v.machine right..well after tt this is the error msg i am getting...

[url] http://indebluez.myvnc.com/snapshot.gif [/url]

so help..do i ahve to install redhat linux on a cd...as in burn the files on a cd...coz now they are all on my desktop...



thanx a million...hmmm why do i have problems pastin the image as in have the image appear on top?

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Re: help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3496

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IndeBluez –

First let me state that I moved this topic from “Cool Software” to here “Windows & DOS”, this is a tech supported question and not cool software you want to share with others.

Second issue I could not pull up either one of your pictures to see your errors.
To answer your question, it’s the option that you need to use to display a picture. Also to ensure your picture can be successfully displayed make sure you have any firewalls or NAT’s properly configured to pass traffic, this will be the equivalent as if I went to my web browser and tried to access the pictures direct, if you can have a buddy from off site do this then the rest of the world should be able to.[img] option that you need to use to display a picture.
Also to ensure your picture can be successfully displayed make sure you have any firewalls or NAT’s properly configured to pass traffic, this will be the equivalent as if I went to my web browser and tried to access the pictures direct, if you can have a buddy from off site do this then the rest of the world should be able to.

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Re: help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3499

Have you installed Linux in VMWare ? You can do that either by burning the cds, or by mounting the ISO as a virtual cd for the virtual machine.

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Re: help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3501

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okye i think i got it...got a friend to chk it out for me...so everytime i want apche to do sometin...i change it in the conf file?(configuration file?)
coz it was atctually port 80 there...so changed to port 5555...

sahir u said with apache ,it can be made to tap dance:P do i have to jus read conf to gett a better understdin ..or? what are stuff can apche do..

this snapshot shows the msg i get on vmware...


also now i have 2 folders with mandrake linux i dont have any idea why...the images are below...which one should i burn into a cd?
the 1st snapshot is of mandrake linux folder...i think i should be burnin the ISO file, isit? what abt the VMWare virtual disk tts 1gb..
2nd snapshot is of folder mandrakelinux2..there are files here as well...do i delte this folder?






thanx alot:)

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Re: help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3502

Carry on the apache question in the apache thread and save this one for vmware. But yes -- you configure apache everything goes in the httpd.conf file.

Your image files do not seem to work, are you sure you are hosting them correctly, they're all 404.

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Re: help on vmware 14 years 1 month ago #3506

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i have changed my post above a bit...

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