[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Gentoo VMware Image Question
David J. Fiander
david at fiander.info
Fri Feb 8 20:39:43 EST 2008
When I was trying to get the vmware image running on my Mac, I found
that the best way to set it up was to configure the network device as
"bridged". I then ended up with an en1 (not en0), that had a real
address on the local network, and I could connect to it from outside
the vm image.
On 8-Feb-2008, at 20:33 , Dan Scott wrote:
> On 08/02/2008, Rush <rushaustin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is there an x server installed by default in the gentoo image?
> Nope, there is no X server in the Gentoo image, sorry - I was trying
> to keep the image as small as possible. If I added an X server, then I
> would have to add a browser as well; and then I might as well add
> xulrunner. I can do that, if there's sufficient demand - it will just
> make the image bigger.
> Are you sure that ifconfig is only returning the 127.0.0.1 IP address?
> Have you tried switching to a NAT'ed network connection, or a bridged
> network connection?
> You could always try adding another network adapter to the virtual
> machine to see if that kickstarts it for whatever reason.
> Dan Scott
> Laurentian University
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