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vmplayer on ubuntu (windows xp install)
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For experimentation sake, (hopefully for future replacement of current work machine), I tried installing Windows XP sp2 using vmplayer on ubuntu.
The process seems easy enough, but glitchy at times.
I think the issue is in my initial configuration of vmplayer associating the virtual networking with the hosts nics and such.
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=84275 <-- setup guide
The problem occurs when running the windows setup. It completes the file copy and device setup (although it took a few tries. it seems to work best when you leave vmplayer with focus while installing for probably obvious reasons). I insert the key. No problem. Then it "Installing Networking", gets halfway through the progress bar and then either freezes or the virtual system shuts down and closes vmplayer.