You have no excuse to use VirtualBox any more.
after you get blank screen in your install gui dont close it and go to temp folder in AppData\Local\Temp and find vmware_xxxxxxxxx and then run vmwareworkstation.msi from command line with argument EULAS_AGREED=1 grats on your workstation 11
Should I uninstall VS and forget learning C# and instead focus more on virtualization and learning other OS? I don't have enough space for both on this ultrabook and not enough money to get a new hardware either.
Worth upgrading from 10?
>that usb dongle
I removed it and no longer use it on OS X. I figured out that it was the cause of the random crashes I was having - whenever I pulled it out I got a crash.
Drivers or whatever, not worth it.
>Fuck off, jackass. The manual was shit.
Ok, kid. Maybe someday a hipster faggot will make an animated youtube video on Xen, so it won't be so oppressive and be more accessible. Have you contacted tumblr to let them know Xen is oppressing you yet?
the last few time i used vmware it was an all around pain in the ass especially with multi floppy disk installs but any sort of disk image swapping took so much futzing around the interface it could drive a man to drink plus recycling an old VM becomes an exercise in frustration
not using Windows, so both of your answers are irrelevant$ ./VMware-Workstation-Full-10.0.4-2249910.x86_64.bundle
Extracting VMware Installer...done.
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module": libcanberra-gtk-module.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Attempt to unlock mutex that was not locked
/tmp/vmis.CEQNu2/install/vmware-installer/vmware-installer: line 56: 16957 Aborted (core dumped) VMWARE_INSTALLER="$VMWARE_INSTALLER" VMISPYVERSION="$VMISPYVERSION" "$VMWARE_INSTALLER"/vmis-launcher "$VMWARE_INSTALLER"/vmware-installer.py "[email protected]"$ locate libcanberra | grep .so