0 Replies Latest reply on May 27, 2019 1:36 AM by Utente2013

    Vmware addition con Ubuntu 19.04 ed l'opzione -d (-default): errori

    Utente2013 Enthusiast

      Sto iniziando ad utilizzare la iso di Ubuntu 19.04 ma quando utilizzo le Vmware addition, con l'opzione -d (-default), mi ritrovo questi errori:

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -d

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -default

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -d default

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -y

       

      VMware Tools 10.3.10 build-12406962 for Linux installer

       

      Usage: ./vmware-install.pl

       

      [[-][-]d[efault]]

       

      default: Automatically answer questions with the proposed answer.

       

      [[-][-]f[orce-install]]

       

      force-install: install even if open-vm-tools packages are available for this

       

      distribution.

       

      [[-][-]prefix=<path to install product: bin, lib, doc>]

       

      Put the installation at <path> instead of the default location.  This implies

       

      '--default'.

       

      [[-][-]r[egenerate-cert]]

       

      Force to regenerate server key/cert files if they already exist.

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -d

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ ./vmware-install.pl -d

       

      Please re-run this program as the super user.

       

       

      Execution aborted.

       

       

      Unable to change the access rights of the file /dev/null.

       

       

      Execution aborted.

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -d

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -d default

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$ sudo ./vmware-install.pl -default

       

      open-vm-tools packages are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends

       

      using open-vm-tools packages. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more

       

      information.

       

      Do you still want to proceed with this installation? [no]

       

      INPUT: [no]  default

       

       

      ubuntu@ubuntu:~/Desktop/VMwareTools-10.3.10-12406962/vmware-tools-distrib$

       

       

      Capita anche a voi? Come si risolve?

       

      Grazie.