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when I want to copy a file greater than 4 MB from win7-8-? to OSX VM I just share a directory and use the network (LAN).. or just use a USB flash drive.. same for text.. this goes for Linux-Opensuse, etc. also
To reduce Klanomath's answer to a recipe: mkdir -p /tmp/MAKE rm -f ./make.iso cp make-4.1.tar.gz /tmp/MAKE/make-4.1.tar.gz hdiutil makehybrid -o ./make.iso /tmp/MAKE/ -iso -joliet Then, mount make.iso in the virtual machine. Be aware of the race conditions when using /tmp. They are not a worry to me because this is for local testing, and not production.
According to the following VMware kb article: System requirements for VMware Fusion (2005196) VMware Fusion 5.0.x is not compatible with El Capitan as hosting OS. After upgrading to El Capitan you need at least VMware Fusion 7.x. Fusion 5.x Any 64-bit capable Intel Mac (compatible with Core 2 Duo, Xeon, i3, i5, i7 processors or better) Mac OS X ...
sudo pkill vmware sudo pkill VMware sudo pkill vmnet
The solution from @user3439894 did not worked for me while installing OS X 10.11 El Capitan using a dmg file. I created a bootable ISO to install it on VMware Fusion 8.0.1 by following the below steps as advised here. # Mount the installer image hdiutil attach /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg -noverify ...
You can't create an ISO image from a non-image file. hdiutil and especially hdiutil makehybrid expect an image or a directory (not necessarily containing files!). But you don't have to unzip/unarchive anything. Just create a folder with the name MAKE, move the gz file into it and then enter hdiutil makehybrid -o ~/make.iso ~/MAKE -iso -joliet. The ...
It sounds like a resolution issue, more than a font size issue. If so, take these steps: You may have to shut down (not suspend) your VM whilst making these changes. Open the Virtual Machine Library window (Shift + Command + L) On the left side of the window, select the VM you want to change the resolution. At the top of the Library window select ...
Correct me if I'm wrong here, but you'd like a hostname to direct you to a specific IP address of your choice. If so, edit the hosts file located in /etc/hosts by adding a line like this below the localhost entry: 220.127.116.11 devops-01 Again, correct me if I'm misunderstanding you.
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