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Installing VMware 8.0.2 32bit

Ubuntu 12.04LTS 32bit BETA

My Kernel version is: 3.2.0-20-generic

vendettaowner@vendettaowner-desktop:~$ sudo sh VMware-Workstation-Full-8.0.2-591240.i386.bundle

Installs ok

When I launch I am asked to install modules which are compiled and loaded into the running kernel.

A window opens

VMware Kernel Module Updater

This fails on Virtual Network Device




When I try to add patch, following error:

vendettaowner@vendettaowner-desktop:~$ sudo ./
./ line 42: patch: command not found

What I Can Do To Lunch The Patch

I Tried But Without Any Useful

please help me

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Follow below commands one by one after opening a terminal

sudo apt-get install patch
mkdir vmw_patch && cd vmw_patch
wget -O- | tar -xz    

Related Question:

Is VMware 8 compatible with Ubuntu 12.04?

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Thx But The Same Error Appear root@vendettaowner-desktop:/home/vendettaowner# ./ ./ line 42: patch: command not found – ExpectMe Aug 3 '12 at 12:30
See the updated answer – Web-E Aug 3 '12 at 12:38
I Think There Is a prob with line 42 in can u check it please – ExpectMe Aug 3 '12 at 12:48
Please install it sudo apt-get install patch – Web-E Aug 3 '12 at 12:56
Thx Very Much Its work – ExpectMe Aug 3 '12 at 22:53

The patch didn't fix the problem for me.

What did work was installing Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit (I had been using 32 bit for legacy reasons...).

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This was posted as an answer, but it does not attempt to answer the question. if you have a question please ask that by clicking Ask Question button(top right corner) – Afshin Hamedi Sep 17 '14 at 18:20

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