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Old 03-04-2010, 05:26 AM
chuikingman chuikingman is offline
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Default Install CentOS linux

Hi,
I install the CentOS linux 4.0 in VM ware workstation 5.0.
I use iso file to install.
I choose typical setting for the VMWare .
But when the vmware workstation power up,
I only get the attach screen and then nothing come out...
I try both the package of i386 and X86_64 version .
there are the same result .
Is the vmware support the CentOS ??
How to fix it ??
Please advice ...
In the vmware.log ,there is below error :
Mar 04 16:14:18: vmx| USB: Found device [name:O2\ Micro\ USB\ device vid:0b97 pid:7772 path:1/5/0/1]
Mar 04 16:14:18: vmx| USB: Found device [name:Seagate\ RSS\ USB\ device vid:0bc2 pid:2100 path:1/6/3]
Mar 04 16:14:19: vcpu-0| AIOWIN32: 'F:\CentOS-4.8\CentOS-4.8-i386-binDVD.iso' : Failed to read: Reached the end of the file (38).
Mar 04 16:14:19: vcpu-0| AIOWIN32: 'F:\CentOS-4.8\CentOS-4.8-i386-binDVD.iso' : Failed to read: Reached the end of the file (38).

How can fix it ???
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Old 11-29-2010, 01:10 PM
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Default VMware supports all types of Operating Systems

The VMware supports all types of Operating Systems.

CentOS works fine on VMware.

Please make sure that you have allotted enough RAM memory for the CentOS operating System.
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Old 03-24-2011, 04:24 AM
mike2011 mike2011 is offline
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Default Hi

Hi,

If you have any other ISO please do try with it, I think its the problem with the
installation media.
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Old 03-30-2011, 08:39 AM
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There is one step which is usually missed, you need to validate the md5 or sha1 checksums for the .iso image you are using.
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Old 04-11-2011, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by eilert View Post
There is one step which is usually missed, you need to validate the md5 or sha1 checksums for the .iso image you are using.
eilert is correct

The log line suggest that the file may not have been downloaded correctly.

Mar 04 16:14:19: vcpu-0| AIOWIN32: 'F:\CentOS-4.8\CentOS-4.8-i386-binDVD.iso' : Failed to read: Reached the end of the file (38).
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Old 08-01-2016, 11:26 AM
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Boot Computer with CentOS 6.3 OS Installation CD/DVD. 1. Select Install or Upgrade existing system options. 2.
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