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It's probably because you have not installed the build environment, you can install it with: sudo apt-get install build-essential You also have to install the linux headers: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic If you are using a different kernel version than the kernel distribution version, install the headers with: sudo apt-get install linux-...
You are having this problem because your X configuration is trying to load the nvidia driver which is then looking for a compatible nvidia device. Such a device does not exist in the guest environment instead a VMware virtual graphics device is presented instead and thus the nvidia driver is not the correct driver in the guest OS. The correct driver for the ...
I found the following procedure listed on a couple of forums and websites. Just tried it out with my iPhone 5S on a Windows 7 VM with a Ubuntu 14.04 host and it works fine. Install VirtualBox and the VirtualBox Extension Pack. Find them both here. Create a Windows virtual machine. On your host Ubuntu machine, run the following command - sudo usermod -a -...
A good and short solution for me was: sudo vmware-config-tools.pl You may be needed to logout&login afterwords.
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