How to Install VMware Player In Linux Ubuntu or Debian Derivative

Install VMware Player In Linux Ubuntu or Debian Derivative
How to Install VMware Player In Linux Ubuntu or Debian Derivative - VMware is virtualization product. That is like virtualbox. You can using VMware for running Operating System (OS) under your OS on your computer. If you are using VMware, you dont install install a Operating System on your computer. For example, you were installed Linux on your computer, and than you need Windows for your work, so you can installing Windows under your Linux. Using this product, you can running multiple operating systems with together.

Features of VMware :
  • Run multiple operating systems with togeher
  • Auto mount USB device
  • Available on 32bit and 64bit architecture
  • Sharing data with host system and virtual machine
  • Can easy internet access via home interface
Below is the step by step for Install VMware Player in Linux :
1. Download a VMware bundle here. Choose your architecture 32bit or 64bit.

2. And then install the required dependencies. Open your terminal (Ctrl+Shift+T), type this command
sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-'uname -r'

3. Change the permission of that file downloaded
for 32bit :
chmod +x VMware-Player-*.i386.bundle
for 64bit :
chmod +x VMware-Player-*.x86_64.bundle
4. After it, execute that file
for 32bit :
sudo ./VMware-Player-*.i386.bundle
for 64bit :
sudo ./VMware-Player-*.x86_64.bundle
Finish, now you can use VMware Player in your Linux.
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