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How to Installing Ubuntu in a VMWare on Windows

I’ve been having issues with my Ubuntu / VirtualBox found out . My original virtual box had almost run out of space, which I assumed is why it had been running so slowly. So i made a decision to make a replacement one with twice the space – 16GB. I also installed the newest version of Ubuntu 19.10. Guest additions wouldn’t install properly. It ran hideously slowly, to the purpose of being unusable. a touch lately night Googling revealed that this is often a known and unsolved issue. Not ideal.

In a previous life I’ve used VMware for Windows Guests and Hosts so i made a decision to offer it a whirl with Ubuntu. I’m so glad I did. I can’t tell you ways long it actually took to urge Ubuntu running because as I set the installer running inside a VM and visited bed. Definitely but two hours though, as that’s how long my laptop will wait before getting to sleep.

So anyway, here’s how I got Ubuntu 19.10 running on Windows 10 (64bit) using VMware player.

Installing Ubuntu in a VM on Windows
  • Download the Ubuntu IOS (desktop not server) and the free VMware Player Link check Below.
  • Install VMware Player and run it, you’ll see something like this:
  • Select “Create a New Virtual Machine”
  • Select “Installer disc image file” and browse to the Ubuntu iso you downloaded.
  • Enter your full name, username and password and hit next
  • Select the maximum disk size and type. Unless you’re planning on some really CPU intensive work inside the VM, select the “Split virtual disk into multiple files” option. Hit next when you’re happy with the settings.
  • This brings you to the confirmation page. Click “Customize Hardware”
  • In the hardware options section select the amount of memory you want the VM to use. In this instance I’ve gone for 1.5GB out of the 8GB installed in my laptop. Leave everything else as it is and click Close.
  • This brings you back to the confirmation page. Click Finish this time
  • You will probably be prompted to download VMware Tools for Linux. Click “Download and Install” to continue
  • Wait for it to install
  • Ubuntu will then start to install, so keep waiting (or do what I did and go to bed!)
  • When all is done you’ll be presented with the Ubuntu login screen. So enter your password and you’re on your way.
  • Click the clock in the top right to set your time and date settings
  • Once you’ve set that up, you’re up and running with Ubuntu in VMware Player on your Windows machine. Congratulations and enjoy!





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