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How to set Bridges for VMwareWorkStation on Linux? (on Windows, I set OK)

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I install VMware Workstation 6 on Centos 5

But It have not menu: Edit -> Virtual Network Setting (like Vmware on Windows)

So I can set Bridge for VMwares, because my real host have 3 NICs.

Thanks!
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On linux there's no gui for setting this up. Instead, use your console (as root user) and run the command:
vmware-config.pl

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