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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sat, 26 Nov 2005
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linux-vmware-toolbox5 emulators  Deleted Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit Restricted Is Interactive VMware toolbox for guest OS (VMware Workstation 5.x, Linux version)
vmware-guestd5 emulators  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Restricted Is Interactive VMware guest OS supporting daemon (VMware Workstation 5.x, FreeBSD version)
vmware-tools5 emulators  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Restricted Is Interactive VMware Tools for guest OS (VMware Workstation 5.x, FreeBSD version)
Dear VMware Workstation users around the world, here is an upgrade of
VMware Workstation FreeBSD-guest related ports for VMware Workstation
5.5.0 build 18463.

New features are:

- Spell "VMware Workstation" appropriately.
        There are much VMware products, it would be the time that I have
        to spell VMware Workstation as VMware Workstation.
- Support FreeBSD/amd64 since 64-bit binaries are provided from VMware.
        I don't test any of 64-bit related portion, since I have no
        FreeBSD/amd64 machine.  If something trouble please email me.
- New variable "WITH_VMWARE_GTK" (emulators/vmware-tools5)
        Install gtk version of VMware Tools if defined
        (add more dependencies on other gtk-related ports)
- New variable "WITH_VMWARE_VMXNET" (emulators/vmware-guestd5)
        Install "vmxnet.ko" kernel module (vmxnet driver) if defined
        Usage:
                - shutdown FreeBSD guest VM
                - add following line to FreeBSD guest VM config file
                        Ethernet0.virtualDev="vmxnet"
                - Boot FreeBSD guest VM
                - load vmxnet.ko kernel module
                - ifconfig vxn0 ...
        New rc.conf variable "vmware_guest_vmxnet_enable" is also added
        to vmware-guestd.sh to load kernel module at startup.  However,
        ${PREFIX}/etc/rc.d/vmware-guestd.sh run _after_ /etc/rc.d/netif,
        so it maybe too late to load here...
        Note that vmxnet.ko supports FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE or later, and
        5.3-RELEASE and later (as VMware said).  I've confirmed that
        recent 7-current got 100% instant panic if vmxnet.ko is loaded.
- "vmware_guest_kmod_enable" is renamed to "vmware_guest_vmmemctl_enable"
        Now this ports has two kernel modules now, old name is not
        appropriate one, hard to understand this variable is for which
        kernel module.  I also put backward compatibility code, but users
        of vmware_guest_kmod_enable please change variable name.

Bugfixes are:

- Resolve conflicts on ${PREFIX}/share/vmware-tools.
        Unfortunately both vmware-guestd5 and vmware-tools5 installs
        files to ${PREFIX}/share/vmware-tools directory.  Since this
        directory is only for vmware-tools, vmware-guestd5 doesn't do
        anything for now.
- WWW: line in pkg-descr points bogus page.
- Add note that there's official VMware Tools installer, and what is the
  difference between the two.

Finally, as usual, bump PORTVERSION.

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