vmwareplayer

VMware Player

Alternative To: Adobe Flash Player

Description
The free VMware Player lets you run pre-built virtual machines on your desktop. You can run multiple operating systems side-by-side, easing the process of software development, testing, and evaluation.

Virtual machines developed in VMware Workstation, ESX Server, or VMware Server can be run in VMware Player.

To run the VMware Player, just run /usr/bin/vmplayer from within X.

Note: You will also need the VMware Player kernel modules to run vmplayer. These can be built from source from vmware-player-kernel-source, or you can install a pre-built vmware-player-kernel-modules package for your kernel.
Interface: Graphical (Gtk)
Associated Programs
VMware ESX Server Data Center-Class Virtual Infrastructure for Mission-Critical Environments
VMware Server Free virtual machine server from VMware
VMware Workstation Run multiple Operating Systems on a single PC
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Ubuntu 32-bit

Rating: Very Good (4 votes)


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