Ryan Leavengood <leavengood@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Since VMware has been broken in my Ubuntu machine for some time, I > might see about using VirtualBox instead. The conversion from image > to > vdi could be added to the Jamfiles to make it very easy to do, though > it won't be quite as nice as the VMware stuff since that can modify > existing images. VirtualBox can use the .vmdk images our build system creates directly, without any problem (now that I fixed a few things for it a few months back). > Though maybe it would just be easier to try to get VMware working > again. Could I ask what version of VMware others are using in Ubuntu? > I am on Hardy (8.04 LTS) now but could upgrade to Intrepid (8.10) if > that helped. I had the very same problem with Ubuntu and VMware - it just stopped working from one minute to the other (there was not even a reboot necessary). Since I had no luck getting it to run again whatsoever, I used VirtualBox from then on :-) I now have openSUSE on that laptop, and VMware is running fine again. > Ubuntu: reminding those of us who use it why we work on Haiku. The same could be sad for any other OS I used so far ;-) Bye, Axel.