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Cant find folder or file in VMWARE

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I have installed VMware esx 3.5i on a test server to work out best backup option. I have enabled SSH on server and compied the pearl scripts to server but when i go to execute the scripts the CLI advises it can not find file. When i resart the server and go back to the CLI the data i had coppied across is no longer there.

Has anyone seen this before
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If you installed the free version of ESXi then your CLI appliance in read-only. You have to purchase a license to gain write access to the CLI.
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