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I have Windows 7 and I installed VMware 8.0.3 then I installed Virtual Ubuntu 12.04 through VMware, but when I open it I always get this message:

VMware is currently being installed on your system. Depending on the version of Ubuntu you may log in below and use the system during installation. otherwise, please wait for the graphical environment to launch

& I have this message for about 3 days.. what is the solution please? Thanks In advance

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You should use newer version of VMWARE which is now available.

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Yes it is available.and it has solved the problem also. –  silenTK Jun 17 '12 at 16:06

Check this post Webup8

install the required dependencies and run the downloaded VMware .bundle file:

sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-`uname -r`

32bit:

chmod +x VMware-Player-4.0.3-703057.i386.bundle
sudo ./VMware-Player-4.0.3-703057.i386.bundle

64bit:

chmod +x VMware-Player-4.0.3-703057.x86_64.bundle
sudo ./VMware-Player-4.0.3-703057.x86_64.bundle

Install patch

sudo apt-get install patch
cd
wget http://webupd8.googlecode.com/files/vmware802fixlinux320.tar.gz
tar -xvf vmware802fixlinux320.tar.gz
sudo ~/vmware802fixlinux320/patch-modules_3.2.0.sh
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Or you can sign in and start with startx command. I was facing similar issue so I used startx. What are the drawbacks of it?

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You may want to post a separate question to ask about the drawbacks of manually invoking startx. –  Eliah Kagan Jul 11 '12 at 15:18

I thing it must be a problem due to installation of VMware tool for graphical interface. So its better to connect the machine to the required server where you can get the VMware tool update. Once that will install you will successfully able to create the machine.

Else you need a bundle of required packages along with iso image if working in a standalone system.

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I have a hard time to understand your answer and the question has already good answers. Why do you bother to answer as well? –  MadMike Oct 28 at 7:31

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