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vmware and redhat linux


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snipes040

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I have installed lunix red hat on my vmware player but it asks me for a login and password....? I have no idea how to uninstall it from my vmware player either..?
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PedroDaGR8

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Did you download one of those VMware player appliances? or build it yourself from the red hat disc?
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I downloaded the vmware player and I also downloaded the redhat linux system as well.
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Check in the documentation with the appliance. The password should be in there.
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well I have found the password but there seems to be a problem with the installation as it will nmot load up properly. Do you know how to uninstall it? can I do it from the BIOS menu? Because when I start vmware player up the options are: F2 for BIOS, and ESC for startup menu...
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easy way of doing this is delete the vm folder,

right click on the redhat folder and delete
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ok so I figured it out.....I had a corrupt floppy and vmdk file.

thanks
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