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Old 1st June 2006, 11:30
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Default HOWTO's for perfect installing Debian on VMWare Workstation 5 machines

Hi,

I'm very new to the Linux OS. Recently I've started experimenting with the Debian Sarge Linux on Virtual Machines. I'm using VMWare Workstation 5 for creating such machines. I've tried to follow the steps described in your howto's for the perfect install of Debian and How to setup a load-balanced MySQL cluster, but when I'm trying to do it, it's just not working like in the howto's. It would be great if you colud help with this. Maybe post a HOWTO of this on this page.

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Old 1st June 2006, 17:13
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There's no difference if you follow the tutorial on a real machine or in a VMware machine.
What exactly is your problem?
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yes i have a problem like that with vmware
i have a static ip from my isp...and i can`t configure vmware that my Os(debian sarge) to have access on internet.
i provided the same ip`s like on the howto`s...
please falko teach me how to install from scratch debian sarge in vmware....
what to choose in my case:bridged connection NAT or what :P

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Do you have a router, or is your system connected directly to the internet?
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Do you have a router, or is your system connected directly to the internet?
no i don`t a router,my computer is directly connected throught a cable modem with static ip.
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I think you must try NAT then.
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