[plug] Kubuntu Koala
scott at assuretek.com.au
Thu Nov 5 14:04:02 WST 2009
I've been using vmware server on Ubuntu AMD64 since 8.04.
I've upgraded my server along the way to now 9.10. I have upgraded the
vmware on three occasions. The last one was the first problem I
I used this webpage:
I've never bothered debianising the installer as it seems to want to
put things in the right place anyway. Whenever I upgrade my Ubuntu I
only have to run the vmware-config.pl to recompile the modules for the
new kernel. Actually been easy until the latest update.
2009/11/5 Richard Meyer <meyerri at westnet.com.au>:
> Hi there,
> I've just installed Kubuntu Koala and I'm wanting to install VMWare - it
> seems to do this I have to install a package called vmware-package which
> repacks the VMWare stuff into Debian packages.
> When I try to do this it wants "libstdc++5" which it says it can't
> install - a quick search shows "libstdc++6" available but not 5 ....
> Any ideas? I'm really new at the Debianista type distros so any help
> Richard Meyer
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