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Как вручную удалить VMware Tools если удаление или обновление завершаются с ошибкой

Сегодня я мигрировал некоторые виртуальные машины на ESX 4, и заодно обновлял Virtual Hardware на некоторых гостевых ОС. После этого у меня начались проблемы с VMware Tools. Возникли следующие проблемы:

Для решения этой проблемы необходимо сделать следующее:

01.) Откройте редактор реестра Windows. Нажмите Start > Run. Введите “regedit” и нажмите Enter.

02.) Перейдите в ветку HKLM \Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\uninstall.

03.) Далее вам нужно найти там ветку, в которой имеется ключ с именем DisplayName и значением VMware Tools . Рекомендую воспользоваться поиском, так как название эта ветка имеет неудобоваримое (см. рисунок). Вы должны удалить ветку реестра, связанную с этим ключом. Будьте внимательны и не удалите целиком ветку uninstall…

04.)Перейдите в HKLM\Software\Classes\Installer\Products . Ищите ветку с именем ProductName и значением VMware Tools . Удалите ветку связанную с этой записью.

05.) Перейдите в HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Products. Ищите ветку с именем ProductName и значением VMware Tools . Удалите ветку связанную с этой записью.

06.) Перейдите в HKLM \Software\VMware. Удалите ветку с именем VMware Tools .

07.) Удалите все подпапки в c:\Program files\Vmware\VMware Tools

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How to uninstall vmware-tools-foundation

So I am having lots of problems with this:

When I try to reinstall vmware-tools-foundation

When I try installing it though I receive this message:

I feel like I am going in circles here. any suggestions?

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I ran into the same problem and finally i found a solution:

Remove all vmware packages that are installed via yum until yum list installed | grep vmware shows nothing:

Remove files and folders found by “locate vmware”. For me it was:

Install vmware-tools-foundation as first package:

  • First uninstall all vmware-tools-* packages (probably an optional, YMMV)
  • then rm /etc/vmware-tools/locations (which is what the PREIN script looks for)
  • after that you can install vmware-tools-foundation (and the rest of the kit)

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Пошаговая инструкция по установке VMware Tools на Linux

Установка

Процесс установки во многом похож на установку VMware Tools во FreeBSD.

Открываем консоль управления виртуальными машинами. Находим ту, на которую будем устанавливать VMware Tools. Кликаем по ней правой кнопкой мыши – GuestInstall/Upgrade VMware Tools:

Подтверждаем, нажатием OK — будет выполнено монтирование установочного образа утилит к виртуальной машине.

Теперь подключается к Linux по SSH и монтируем образ к гостевой системе следующей командой:

mount /dev/cdrom /mnt

* в некоторых версиях Linux, устройство CD-ROM может называться cdrom1.

Распаковываем архив с установочными скриптами во временную директорию:

tar -zxvf /mnt/VMwareTools-* -C /tmp/

CD-ROM нам больше не нужен — отмонтируем его:

Запускаем скрипт установки VMware Tools:

Если видим, примерно, такое сообщение:

open-vm-tools are available from the OS vendor and VMware recommends using
open-vm-tools. See http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2073803 for more information.
Do you still want to proceed with this legacy installer? [no]

отвечаем yes.

На все остальные вопросы отвечаем по умолчанию, нажимая Enter.

В сообщении, на которое мы ответили yes говориться о том, что лучше устанавливать VMware Tools при помощи open-vm-tools. Однако после такой установки, консоль VMware в статусе утилит виртуальной машины ставит вопросительный знак и пишет 3rdParty. Дав свое согласие, мы продолжили установку старым проверенным методом.

Запуск установки в автоматическом режиме (без необходимости отвечать на вопросы) можно запустить командой:

Проверка

Версию установленного ПО можно посмотреть следующей командой:

Теперь открываем консоль управления VMware – устанавливаем курсор на виртуальную машину с установленными тулзами и переходим на вкладку Summary. В графе VMware Tools мы должны увидеть зеленую галочку и значение Running:

Автозагрузка

При установке VMware Tools добавляются в автозагрузку. Действий не требуется.

Если по каким-либо причинам, этого не произошло, добавить запуск скрипта при запуске системы можно командой:

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