[ -z VMWARE_VERSION ] && exit 0
You should have a valid license to work with VMware Workstation Pro.
You have to deal with sources ( **vmnet** and **vmmon** ) and apply fixed in both of them.
You can create a script to take of this after a kernel update. Save it as `/etc/kernel/install.d/99-vmmodules.install`:
What is *VMware*?
wget https://github.com/mkubecek/vmware-host-modules/archive/workstation-x.y.z.tar.gz
tar -xzf workstation-x.y.z.tar.gz
cd vmware-host-modules-workstation-x.y.z
sudo make install
VMware Workstation Pro, it enables users to set up virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical machine, and use them simultaneously along with the actual machine. Each virtual machine can execute its own operating system, including versions of Microsoft Windows, Linux, BSD, and MS-DOS.
VMware Workstation Player, is a virtualization software package and can run existing virtual appliances and create its own virtual machines (which require an operating system to be installed to be functional). VMware Player is available for personal non-commercial use.
VMware provides cloud computing and virtualization software and services, their most important products are:
Try to find the PATCH for a specific KERNEL version and Vmware.
Try to find the fix for the specific product Vmware and Kernel version.
This repository tracks patches needed to build VMware (Player and Workstation) host modules against recent kernels.
This guide try to help with all this boring stuff.
The problem here is always the same `vmnet` and `vmmon` doesn’t start well or doesn’t start at all, You should find a PATCH deal with changes in vmmon.c and vmnet.c because something breaks or add some parameters to these files, you can found the following:
exit 0
Resolving Conflict with Kernel