- Installation Of Ubuntu On Vmware
How To Install Ubuntu On Vmware?
Installing Ubuntu on the VMware workstation is very simple if you follow the below-mentioned steps.
- Before starting the process, download the Ubuntu ISO file and the VMware workstation/player.
- Launch the VMware workstation and click the File menu available at the top-left corner of the screen.
- Select the New Virtual Machine option from the drop-down menu to create a new virtual machine.
- Alternatively, you can create it by pressing the Ctrl + N shortcut keys.
- Next, select the Typical option as your VM type and proceed with the VMware settings configuration.
- Select the Create a New Virtual Machine option and click the Browse button to choose the downloaded Ubuntu ISO file.
- Once selected, click the Next button.
- On the Easy Install Information screen, enter your full name, user name, password underneath Personalize Linux.
- After filling the necessary details, click the Next button.
- Choose the maximum disk size and click the Split virtual disk into multiple files radio button.
- Click Next and select Customize Hardware on the confirmation page.
- In the Hardware window, navigate to the left-side panel and choose your hardware options.
- Select the amount of memory you wish to allocate for the VM.
- After selecting the memory size, click the Close button.
- Click the Finish button and select Download and Install when prompted to download the VMware tools for Linux.
- Once the download is completed, Ubuntu will start the installation automatically.
- Once finished, you will be asked to log in to Ubuntu.
- Click the Clock icon at the top-right corner of the screen.
- Set the correct time and date.
- Now, you are running Ubuntu on VMware player installed on your Windows computer.
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