Re: vmware on current: Could not get addres for /dev/vmnet1

2001-10-19 Thread Mathias . Picker



On 19 Oct, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
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 The error 
 
  Could not get address for /dev/vmnet1: argument is invalid
  Failed to configure ethernet0
 
 is all I get... (this is the host-only case, for bridged it says
 something like could not get bridgin status of /dev/vmnet1...)
 
 Can you send me a ktrace?  I suspect my linux_ioctl.c commits may be
 at fault.

Does anyone know where to get an eval license for vmware2, to run it as
root?

Has anyone seen similar problem on recent -current or has someone an
idea why vmware is issuing a SIOCGIFCONF ioctl without providing an
interface name?

Oct 19 18:04:53 mp /boot/kernel/kernel: linux_ioctl_socket(): ioctl 35093 on
Oct 19 18:04:55 mp /boot/kernel/kernel: /dev/vmmon: Vmx86_DestroyVM: unlocked pages: 
0, unlocked dirty pages: 0

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Re: vmware on current: Could not get addres for /dev/vmnet1

2001-10-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav

[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 Has anyone seen similar problem on recent -current or has someone an
 idea why vmware is issuing a SIOCGIFCONF ioctl without providing an
 interface name?
 
 Oct 19 18:04:53 mp /boot/kernel/kernel: linux_ioctl_socket(): ioctl 35093 on

To clarify, this is from debugging output I added to linux_ioctl.c,
and it's supposed to print an interface name after on.

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