[CentOS-devel] 2 problems running CentOS 5.1 + kernel-vm in VMwareFusion

Tru Huynh tru at centos.org
Fri Mar 7 14:55:39 UTC 2008


Hi,

On Fri, Mar 07, 2008 at 09:24:40AM -0500, Ross S. W. Walker wrote:
> Leonardo Vilela Pinheiro wrote:
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > Inside VMware Fusion, I've started using:
> > - CentOS 5.1 x86_64
> > - kernel-vm-2.6.18-53.1.13.el5.x86_64.rpm from
> > http://people.centos.org/~tru/kernel-vm/5/RPMS/x86_64/
Nice some people actually use them :)

> > - kmod-open-vm-tools-0-0.20080123.2.6.18_53.1.13.el5vm.x86_64.rpm from
> > http://people.centos.org/~hughesjr/open-vm-tools/5/x86_64/
> > 
> > Sometimes (most times) I get this error during boot:
> > 
> > "The VMware Tools poweron script did not run successfully in this
> > virtual machine - If you have configured a custom poweron script in
> > this virtual machine, please inspect it for errors; otherwise, please
> > submit a support request."
> > 
That's a open-vm-tools issue. Could you try to remove open-vm-tools
and use the vmware version to check whether it's kernel-vm or open-vm-tools
related?

I don't have Fusion (hint :D )

On the plain vmware guest (CentOS-5 x86_64 desktop), suspend guest on vmware
server VMware-server-1.0.4-56528.i386 works out of the box (no vmware-tools
inside the guest).

> 
> This really isn't related to CentOS, but VMware, and definitely
> not a CentOS Developer topic.
It's should go to CentOS-virt (see you there).
> 
> You should redirect this question to the VMware forums.
You can open a bug entry for centos and one for vmware
since it's a commercially supported product (if you ca duplicate
it with the default vmware tools).

Regards,

Tru
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