VMware Workstation 8.0.3 703057 Linux x86 + x64 + Patch kernel 3.2

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    VMware Workstation 8.0.3 703057 Linux x86 + x64 + Patch kernel 3.2 + [2012, ENG] PC (Updated 05/05/2012) | 647 MB
    Language: English

    Description: VMware Workstation-known program for virtualization. VMware Workstation is a powerful solution for software developers and system administrators who are creating and testing a full-class integrated network applications servers, operating in different environments. The unique technology of VMware MultipleWorlds isolates operating systems and applications within virtual machines, and the disposal of each virtual machine is a standard PC x86, with its own processor and memory.

    With this solution you can on a single computer to conduct processes of development, testing, debugging and running multi-tier browser-based applications that exploit the new operating systems and legacy applications on one computer, install new or upgrade existing operating systems without performing partitioning operations drive and restart your computer.
    The new platform offers enhanced capabilities for application developers, engineers, quality control, sales of technology solutions and IT-administrators. One of the most notable innovations package VMware Workstation 8 has enhanced support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. To display the status of virtual machines are now fully use functions Flip 3D and Aero Peek, implemented in the interface of Windows 7. VMware Workstation Package 7 was the first product with full Aero GUI in Windows 7. Enabling a single application-based technologies DirectX 9.0c Shader Model 3 and OpenGL 2.1, which can be run in virtual machines running Windows.

    VMware Workstation vklyuchet 8 the following new features and enhancements:

    - Remote Connections - In VMware Workstation 8 appeared connectivity with virtual machines that run not only in Workstation (not just on your PC), but with a VM on VMware vSphere hosts running VMware vCenter (ie, you can pick up right in vCenter Workstation environment and manage its virtual machines).
    "Share" VMs - In the Workstation 8 users can share their virtual machines when working in groups (testing, software development), which provides additional collaboration (there is a snap-in "Shared VMs").

    - Upload to vSphere - In the Workstation 8 the opportunity to download a virtual machine from your PC to the server with VMware vSphere, which may be useful for the deployment of the service being developed on a PC in a virtual enterprise environment of the enterprise (or "cloud"). Supports drag & drop a hierarchy of virtual machines in vSphere.
    New User Interface - The user interface has been significantly reworked, there vyakie "prettiness" in the menu, animated icons, improved setup screens. Also there was a "library of virtual machines" with advanced search capabilities (not just on your desktop, but also on other hosts from Workstation and vSphere).
    Improved Virtual Machine Capabilities - Added support for HD with 7.1 surround sound, support for standard USB device 3, and Bluetooth. In addition, there are many improvements in the components of virtual SMP (can be switched-off and support for Virtual VT-X/EPT AMD-V/RVI), increased the performance of 3D-graphics as well as an opportunity to create virtual machines with 64 GB of memory. Now supports 64-bit guest operating systems running as virtual machines on a virtual ESXi (double virtualization).

    Key features:
    "The simultaneous launch of multiple guest operating systems on one computer
    "Running a virtual machine in windows desktop core operating system and full screen
    "Installing virtual machines without re-partitioning
    "Running is already installed on your computer operating system without reinstalling or re-configure
    "Launch of Windows applications on a computer running Linux, and conversely
    "Development and testing of applications at the same time for different systems
    "Running untested applications without the risk of endangering the stability of the system or lose critical data
    "Sharing files and applications to different virtual machines by using a virtual network
    "Running a client-server and Web-based applications on a single PC
    "Running on the same PC multiple virtual machines, and modeling of network

    In the distribution of nuclei added patch for 3.2 + (to run in ubuntu 12.04 LTS, or other distributions with a new kernel 3.2 +)
    in the patch increased the version number to 8.0.2 for 8.0.3

    When upgrading from 8.0.2 (patched for new kernels) to 8.0.3 to delete the file / usr / lib / vmware / modules / source / .patched (updating previously patched version 8.0.2 patch does not work, swears to this file)
    When installed on a clean system kubuntu 12.04 x64 alternate cd - not enough packages with programs
    doustanovit: sudo apt-get install make patch gcc linux-headers-generic

    Also, with the support of members of the forum caught by one of the rare patch of errors or system:
    / Home/the23/Zagruzki/VMware Workstation 8.0.3 build 703057 for Linux/patch_for_kernel_3.2.0/patch-modules_3.2.0.sh: 27: [: workstation8.0.3: unexpected operator
    / Home/the23/Zagruzki/VMware Workstation 8.0.3 build 703057 for Linux/patch_for_kernel_3.2.0/patch-modules_3.2.0.sh: 28: [: workstation8.0.3: unexpected operator
    Sorry, this script is only for VMWare WorkStation 8.0.3 or VMWare Player 4.0.3. Exiting
    Sovet3: try to replace the line in the patch
    ["$ Vmver" == "workstation $ vmreqver"] && product = "VMWare WorkStation"
    ["$ Vmver" == "player $ plreqver"] && product = "VMWare Player"
    one line
    product = "VMWare WorkStation"
    Country support for vmware - they still do not know that already as two months out new version of the nuclei and distribution ..

    1.The file is added to the ready keys from the previous distribution for linux.
    2.Distribution of crack for windows, you can run in linux via wine

    What's new in VMware Workstation 8.0.3 Build 703057:

    May 3rd, 2012
    VMware floppy device out-of-bounds memory write:
    · Due to a flaw in the virtual floppy configuration it was possible to perform an out-of-bounds memory write. This vulnerability allowed a guest user to crash the VMX process or to potentially execute code on the host.
    · The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the name CVE-2012-2449 to this issue.
    VMware SCSI device unchecked memory write:
    · Due to a flaw in the SCSI device registration it was possible to perform an unchecked write into memory. This vulnerability allowed a guest user to crash the VMX process or to potentially execute code on the host.
    · The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (cve.mitre.org) has assigned the name CVE-2012-2450 to this issue.
    What's new in VMware Workstation 8.0.2 Build 591240:
    January 25th, 2012
    The following issues are resolved in this release of VMware Workstation:
    · The ACLs on the PID files needed improvement. VMware thanks Inode0 for bringing this to our attention.
    · Releasing input from the guest to the host, for example, moving the cursor from the virtual machine window to the host screen, failed with an unrecoverable error.
    · Copying and pasting from a guest to an Ubuntu 11.10 host failed.
    · Shared folders did not work in Fedora 16 and OpenSuse 12.1 guests.
    · In Ubuntu 11.10 hosts, key repeat was disabled after ungrabbing or quitting VMware Workstation.
    · On a Windows host, a virtual machine configured to use a physical disk or partition failed to power on if the host had a volume backed by more than one physical disk, for example, a RAID system.
    · On a machine with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 SP1, vix-perl installation failed with dynamic link errors.
    What's new in VMware Workstation 8.0.1 Build 528992:
    November 18th, 2011
    · Graphics performance and compatibility enhancements.
    · Improvements in creating and using shared virtual machines and remote virtual machines.
    · Ubuntu 11.10 is officially supported as a guest operating system.
    · Disk and memory management issues have been addressed.
    · Many customer-reported issues have been resolved.
    Resolved Issues:
    · Windows 7 guest installation failed after powering on the virtual machine with the error A required CD / DVD drive device driver is missing. If you have a driver floppy disk, CD, DVD, or USB flash drive, please insert it now.
    · VMware Tools failed with the message VMware Tools unrecoverable error.
    · VMware Tools failed to start in Fedora 15 guests.
    · On hosts with Nvidia GeForce and Quadro video cards, some of the clouds in the Unigine Heaven Benchmark application were drawn solid black.
    · If remote virtual machines were open, you could not shut down the Windows hosts.
    · When transitioning from Full Screen mode to Exclusive mode, the Full Screen toolbar sometimes failed to hide.
    · Host memory reservation restrictions on Windows hosts are more relaxed in VMware Workstation 8.0.1 than in previous versions of VMware Workstation.
    · The AltGr key was not working in an Ubuntu guest in Unity mode when the host and guest keyboards were both set to a layout that contained the AltGr key.
    What's new in VMware Workstation 8.0.0 Build 471780:
    September 14th, 2011
    Installation Changes and Enhanced Keyboards:
    · The hardware requirements to install this version of Workstation have changed. Workstation now requires a relatively modern 64-bit CPU.
    · The keyboard filter driver is no longer installed by default. When the driver is not installed, the enhanced keyboard functionality is unavailable and you must press Ctrl-Alt-Ins instead of Ctrl-Alt-Del to send a Ctrl-Alt-Del keystroke to the guest. To use the enhanced keyboard functionality, you must perform a custom installation and select the component. If you select the component, you must reboot whenever you install or uninstall Workstation.
    Virtual Hardware Improvements:
    · This version of Workstation includes many hardware improvements. To try new hardware features, you must upgrade the hardware version of your virtual machine or create a new virtual machine that uses the latest virtual hardware version.
    · The display technology has been changed to provide a better experience for Unity users and users who have multiple monitors. These changes also allow you to add a projector to your laptop without restarting your virtual machine.
    · Virtual machines can now support up to 64GB of memory. The host system should have more than 64GB of memory to use this feature.
    · An HD Audio device is available for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2008, and Windows 2008 R2 guests. The HD Audio device is compatible with the RealTek ALC888 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio Codec.
    · USB 3.0 support is available for Linux guests running kernel version 2.6.35 or later (Ubuntu 10.10) through a new virtual xHCI USB controller. To enable this feature, add the following line to the. Vmx file: usb_xhci.present = "true". Do not enable this feature for Windows guests. Because Windows does not currently have a generic xHCI driver, this feature will not work in Windows.
    · Bluetooth devices on the host can now be shared with Windows guests. With the latest hardware version, Bluetooth devices that are paired to the host system radio are available to Windows guests and can be paired from within the guest. You should not pair Bluetooth audio devices, such as headphones, or Bluetooth input devices, such as keyboards and mice, to a guest.
    · You can now enable Virtual VT-X/EPT or AMD-V/RVI in the processor settings interface. With this feature, applications running in a guest can take advantage of these virtualization technologies. You can also run 64-bit guest operating systems inside of vSphere running inside Workstation.
    New User Interface:
    · The Workstation user interface has been updated to include new menus, toolbars, and an improved preferences screen.
    · The favorites sidebar has been replaced with a virtual machine library. Instead of identifying every virtual machine created in Workstation as a favorite, the library is a comprehensive list of all of the virtual machines that Workstation users create, open, or access.
    · A new folder summary page helps you to better manage a group of related virtual machines. Live thumbnails make it easy to see what is happening in running virtual machines.
    · The full screen toolbar has been updated so that you can do more without having to leave full screen mode. Quick switch mode is no longer needed.
    What Happened to Teams:
    · Although at first it might appear that the teams feature has been removed, you can add team attributes to any virtual machine in this version of Workstation.
    · The team structure has been converted to a simple folder of virtual machines.
    · A new advanced settings dialog box has been added for network adapters to let you throttle the bandwidth of incoming and outgoing transmissions and simulate packet loss.
    · You can perform power operations on several virtual machines at the same time by selecting virtual machines on the folder tab and pressing the power button on the toolbar. If all of the virtual machines in a folder are in the same power state, you can select the folder to perform a power operation on all of the virtual machines in the folder.
    · You use a global Workstation preference to configure the delay between powering on virtual machines.
    · To implement LAN segments, you can use traditional VMnets or put all of the virtual machines that you want to communicate on the same custom VMnet.
    Shared Virtual Machines and AutoStart:
    · You can share virtual machines with remote users in this version of Workstation. A shared virtual machine can be accessed remotely by other instances of Workstation. Workstation moves virtual machines to the shared virtual machines folder, where the VMware Host Agent service manages them. The VMware Host Agent service is used by other VMware products, including VMware Server and vSphere, and provides additional capabilities required by professional users. An extensive permissions interface lets you control the users who can access and use shared virtual machines.
    · You can use the new AutoStart feature to configure shared virtual machines to start with the host system. You can also configure AutoStart for shared virtual machines on remote hosts running Workstation and ESX 4.x and later.
    Remote Connections:
    · In this version of Workstation, you are no longer constrained to working only with virtual machines that your computer has enough power to run. You can use the new Connect to Server feature to connect to remote hosts running Workstation, ESX 4.x and later, and VMware vCenter Server. After connecting to a remote host, all of the virtual machines that you have permission to access are displayed in the virtual machine library.
    Upload to ESX / ESXi and vCenter Server:
    · VMware OVF Tool is now integrated with Workstation so that you can upload a virtual machine from Workstation to a remote server running ESX, ESXi, or vCenter Server. After connecting to a remote server, you drag the virtual machine from the local My Computer section of the virtual machine library to the remote server. A wizard walks you through the process.
    Documentation Changes:
    · This version of Workstation includes several important documentation changes.


    System Requirements

    : Host CPU ::
    The host system must have a 64-bit x86 CPU that meets the following requirements.
    � 1.3GHz or faster CPU minimum
    � Multiprocessor systems are supported.
    � Support for 64-bit guest operating systems is available with Intel VT or AMD-V CPUs.
    � You need enough memory to run the host operating system, plus the memory required for each guest operating system and for applications on the host and guest. The minimum memory requirement is 1GB, VMware recommends to have 2GB and above. For more information on memory requirements, see your guest operating system and application documentation.
    � As of version 7.0 of Workstation, the total amount of memory you can assign to all virtual machines running on a single host is limited only by the amount of RAM on the host. The maximum amount of memory for each virtual machine is 32GB.
    Recommendations for Windows 7 Aero Graphics Support
    To support Windows 7 Aero graphics, VMware recommends the following configuration:
    � Intel Dual Core, 2.2GHz and above
    � AMD Athlon 4200 + and above
    Host GPU:
    � nVidia GeForce 8800GT and above
    � ATI Radeon HD 2600 and above
    � Memory-at least 3GB of host system memory, 1GB of memory allocated to the guest operating system, and 256MB graphics memory.
    Hard Disks:
    � IDE and SCSI hard drives are supported.
    � VMware recommends at least 1GB free disk space for each guest operating system and the application software used with it. If you use a default setup, the actual disk space needs are approximately the same as those for installing and running the guest operating system and applications on a physical computer.
    � 200MB (Linux) or 1.5GB (Windows) free disk space is required for basic installation. Delete the installer afterwards to reclaim disk space.
    Optical CD-ROM/DVD-ROM Drives:
    � IDE and SCSI optical drives are supported.
    � CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives are supported.
    � ISO disk image files are supported.
    Floppy Drives:
    Virtual machines can connect to the host's disk drives. Floppy disk image files are also supported.
    Local Area Networking:
    � You can use any Ethernet controller that the host operating system supports.
    � Non-Ethernet networks are supported by using built-in network address translation (NAT) or using a combination of host-only networking plus routing software on the host operating system.

    Year / Date: 2012
    Version: 8.0.3 Build 703057
    Developer: © VMware, Inc
    Web Developer: VMware World Wide Site Locator for the Global Leader in Virtualization
    Bit depth: 32bit + 64bit
    Compatibility with Vista: No
    Compatible with Windows 7: no
    Language: English
    Medicine: Present

    Distribute updated, added x64 version. x86 version is replaced by the Full, removed files from the distribution component .. (included in Full Version)
    VMware Workstation 8.0.3 for Linux 2012-05-03 | 324M | Linux 32-bit. Bundle
    MD5SUM (?): 968c0785ddb96058e808117730d7c3ad
    SHA1SUM (?): 08ac903c012ef887bf45b3f9f83a4d3200fe25d1
    VMware Workstation 8.0.3 for Linux 2012-05-03 | 324M | Linux 64-bit. Bundle
    MD5SUM (?): aa9ce2d953f21f9d902de00ffd2fcb5c
    SHA1SUM (?): b8d189b6717d49abc49401fc4ad50b187ff2e813



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