Sometimes we will encounter that vMware image was unable to boot correctly. According to the vMware message that it indicate there are some lock in the vMware image system. How do we do in this situation?
A. Go directly to the image folder, as the following path
remove the like the following file
# rm -f "Windows XP Professional.vmdk.WRITELOCK"
And then we can boot the vMware image correctly.
If you specify the network interface directly in the vMware software, you must extra enable the following option in the vMware. Or the network interface will fail to connect the physical network interface.
Note: you can verify the network interface status by execute the "ifconfig" command. And then check if the RUNNING status is appeared or not.
By enable the vMware network connectivity, you can simply follow the actions below.
1. Right Click the vMware guest client window. And select the "Settings".
2. Select "Hardware"
3. Select "Ethernet1"
4. Enable Device/Connected checkbox
5. It's finished
vMware network include
* Bridge (vmnet0)
* NAT (vmnet8)
* Host-Only (vmnet1)
Host Only Network: