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There are the usual "root" and "user" users with both passwords being "rockbox". Also, to make Samba sharing easier, the instructions will include asking the users to find out their VM's IP with the command "ifconfig" and having them use the Windows tool "Map Network Drive..." found under tools. The users of the image will then map "\\theipoftheimage\user" to a drive.
i am running windows xp and have difficulties establishing the network connection. i logged in as root. ifconfig gives me "inet address: 127.0.0.1". If i try to "connect a network drive" using "\\127.0.0.1\root" as the network folder, i get an error telling me it cannot be found. i tried ...\user but that did not work either. any advice?
that seems to be the problem, but there is no ip address listed in the first entry:
What network settings are you using in the VMWare image? (Bridged, NAT, host-only)
The host/guest mouse pointer integration doesn't seem to work properly on my machine (the pointer sometimes gets 'stuck' in the VM instead of seamlessly switching between the two). The previous Debian VM works fine. Both running in VMWare Player 2.5.1 on Vista.
Ok, i figured it out, you first have to enable the network adapter of course, my bad
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