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VMWare and VMPlayer are in fact looking for a specific library string. You can execute VMWare/VMPlayer from the terminal by executing export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/vmware/lib/libglibmm-2.4.so.1/:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH then vmware or vmplayer I made this a permanent change on my system by executing instead executing sudo nano /usr/bin/vmware and adding the ...
For kernel 3.x version - install the package gcc-4.9 sudo apt-get install --reinstall gcc-4.9 For kernel 4.x version - install the package gcc-5 sudo apt-get install --reinstall gcc-5 To always have the latest version installed sudo apt-get install --reinstall gcc
VMPlayer 5 is really, really old. Current version is 12. You will be well served by downloading the current version, do you need a link to the correct address.
Making it work manually I have solved this problem typing the following command in a terminal after wake up: sudo ifconfig vboxnet0 192.168.50.1/24 I'm not really sure if 192.168.50.1 is the VirtualBox default IP, but it's the one that my Virtualbox is using, if yours is using another you have to replace the IP. Making it work automatically To make it ...
(K)Ubuntu 15.10 with Kernel 4.2.0-17 and VMPlayer 7.1.2: open a terminal, eg. Konsole cd /usr/lib/vmware/modules/source sudo tar -xf vmnet.tar use your favorite text editor, eg. joe, to edit vmnetInt.h: sudo joe vmnet-only/vmnetInt.h in line 82, add a trailing ",1" just as in line 84 old: PF_NETLINK, _pri, &vmnet_proto) new: PF_NETLINK, _pri, ...
The problem is vmware has yet to update their tools. I've spent about 3 days worth of time on this and still haven't resolved the issue. My best advise is to revert to a snapshot previous to you're upgrading to 15.10. That or try to revert the upgrade with the package manager.
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