OK, so I see no one have a clue how to do that, so now i'm asking is there any way to connect ESXi and vMA for ESXi that this thing could work?
Not sure if this is even a valid issue any longer, however...
Depending on how familiar you are with Linux, you can always try a utility like rpm2tar or rpm2tgz, or at least, rpmunpack to pull the binaries out of the RPM package.
From that, you should be able to get the files onto the filesystem. Whether they will work as expected is still yet to be tested.