Also see this tweet from @VMwareFusion :
Tech Preview with support for macOS "Big Sur" 11.0 beta coming in early July!
Wil| Author of Vimalin. The virtual machine Backup app for VMware Desktop Products
| Vimalin : Automated backups for VMware Fusion and VMware Workstation Professional
| More info at https://www.vimalin.com
| Twitter @wilva
| VMware Wiki at http://www.vi-toolkit.com
Interesting. I get a different error. I get a not enough memory error. Sorry, I didn't grab a screenshot.
I get this error when the kernel extension isn't loaded.
Once it's loaded, I get the "physical memory" error as described above and in that thread.
Check if your kernel extension is loaded with "kextstat"
xbytez@donglebookpro ~ % kextstat | grep vmware
115 0 0xffffff7f9f049000 0x4000 0x4000 com.vmware.kext.vmioplug.19.5.0 (19.5.0) 93055748-9D70-3575-B2E3-DDF295C269B4 <61 6 5 3 1>
xbytez@donglebookpro ~ %
Does not work, will not work. Wait for the update to the tech preview coming sometime in July.
I was able to fix this part of the error by following the steps given here: When opening a virtual machine in VMware Fusion I get the error " Could not open dev vmmon Broken pipe." How do I fix th…
However, it was followed up by a "Not enough physical memory" error, as detailed here: "Not Enough Physical Memory" error on MacOS Big Sur Beta 1
Till now, I haven't found a solution/workaround for this.