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The Rackspace Community (“Community”) is provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind. Home About Me Files Links Photos Page Recommended Reading Search TradePub UGH HOF VIRTUMANIA! « Hyper-V Server 2008 now available for download VMworld 2008 Las Vegas Media - better late than It would be great to get any Tipp.regardsEgbert 1345-151214-1005630 Back to top teddy DANET Members #9 teddy DANET 8 posts Posted 15 October 2007 - 03:41 PM Hello,I have as well If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: secure diversITy - 2012-05-30 Hi John, well that's a Linux+VNC problem this contact form

Under VNC the guest cursor will get out of sync with the VNC pointer. Has anyone else seen this? dhclient fails in a domU with invalid UDP checksum error This dhclient bug can be triggered if you are running your dhcp server in your dom0. http://vmetc.com Rich Thanks for the catch Scott.

Vmware Mouse Not Working

this was all working. after testing and converting lots of vmware image i finally found a solution. http://docs.xensource.com/XenServer/4.0.1/guest/ch04s08.html#sles10_limitations Regards,Rohan 1345-151214-1005629 Back to top Albert Egbert Members #8 Albert Egbert 8 posts Posted 12 October 2007 - 09:05 AM Hello, i still have the same problem, no mouse with To make this change start the Windows guest system and open the Control Panel from the Start menu.

Problem Cause The problem is caused by mouse pointer acceleration in the Xen guest system and can be resolved in a number of different ways. Comment 11 Red Hat Bugzilla 2007-07-24 20:04:50 EDT change QA contact Comment 12 Chris Lalancette 2008-02-26 18:50:03 EST This report targets FC6, which is now end-of-life. and i also notice that my network configurations are not adopted after conversion. How To Get Mouse Out Of Vmware Console Running gpm in debug mode shows that the input events for mouse movement are always positive deltas regardless of real mouse movement.

USERS MUST TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR APPLICATION OF ANY SERVICES AND/OR PROCESSES MENTIONED IN ANY COMMUNITY DISCUSSIONS. Xen mouse pointer appears in the wrong position in VNC console From Virtuatopia Jump to: navigation, search After installing a Xen domainU guest with a graphical desktop (such as Windows) the It's something to do with data being stored in XenStore. Btw: Do you use ESX or the free ESXi?

Also, for installation of Linux VM's you would need to set up a network repository. Vmware Mouse Not Working In Console We'll also have much improved way of dealing with the relative mouse pointer for fullvirt guests. Comment 3 Stephen Tweedie 2007-01-05 16:10:04 EST If you use a dedicated vnc server in the guest, then you won't have any problems --- the guest will be talking VNC protocol How can i synchronize it with dom0 clock?

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cd /etc/xen/config/........ && for i in * do ...... (start VM, .....)...... Also, I only see problems if I open the guest window. Vmware Mouse Not Working W2K3 is working without any troble. Vmware Keyboard Not Working Commit interval 5 seconds EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. *************************************************************** *************************************************************** ** WARNING: Currently emulating unsupported memory accesses ** ** in /lib/tls glibc libraries.

I should have said that this same vncviewer does not experience that problem I described when used to bring up console of similar VM running on my own machine (same linux) weblink How can i do that? See the "xm" man page for more info - that's where I dug up this. you) can say whether you do or do not see same problem as me, then maybe I can find out what is different. Vmware Player Release Mouse

I don't think much has changed, but there are a few new products out there which I should add. It is the title of a C + C Music Factory dance hit. On most LInux distros, kernel hostname and IP address is ignored, making it somewhat useless. navigate here If you are seeing this you are encouraged to report the bug to your Linux distro.

Powered by WordPress and WordPress Theme created with Artisteer. The Vmware Keyboard Driver Is Not Installed On The Host Also, the problems you describe are not the same as the one I described. It would be great to get any tipp how to solve that problem.regardsEgbert 1345-151214-1005627 Back to top Guest Members #6 Guest 6,766 posts Posted 26 September 2007 - 09:30 AM Hi

If another option works for you let me know and I will check if that interfers with the current mode and if I can add that in the next version.

It needs a RAW connection with RFB protocol. Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. Copy the whole command (including Port number) and then extend the command to one of the above options (or similar - depends on your VNC viewer) and try to play around Vmware Release Mouse Mac BTW2 don't have this problem when I start the vncserver that comes with FC6.

My Windows XP guests won’t respond with the mouse nor keyboard!! I'm running a FC6 guest on a F7 host and am having terrible trouble with the mouse. I will try with some other mouses, while it may be due to the mouse hardware. 1345-151214-1005624 Back to top Pierre Chapus Members #3 Pierre Chapus 15 posts Posted 24 September his comment is here First, check that your VPS has a "console" device in /dev.

Ok.b) Checked if some specific services ("rpm -q vnc-server gdm") were running ok.c) Modified the GDM configuration files ("/etc/gdm/custom.conf" for the case of CentOS 5.4 and "/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf" for the case of Thanks Thomas If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: SourceForge About Site Status @sfnet_ops Powered by Apache Allura™ The doc link below will help you to do so http://docs.xensource.com/XenServer/4.0.1/guest/ch04s02.htmlThere are a few noted limitation of Suse 10 SP1, the doc link provided below will give an insight on this.