In message <_A3766@delegate-en.ML_> on 06/19/07(03:43:03)
you "Joe Moore" <email@example.com> wrote:
|VMware workstation 6 (for windows) fully supports USB 2.0 in VMs. I
|believe workstation version 5 supports USB 1.0. Neither will support USB
|at all if you enable the "ESX server" compatibility option when you
|create the VM.
|I am able to copy to USB thumb drives and CF cards in a USB card reader
|from FreeBSD 6.2 in a VM running on VMware 6.0 workstation. VMware won't
|even let me add a USB device to a VM with "ESX server" compatility
Since I'm doing my development mainly on MacOSX, I'm waiting the
release of the product version of VMWare on MacOSX. So I'm just using
"VMWare Server" on Windows for a while. It seems that it detects
the USB devices, but I'm not sure if it can use it as a boot device.
Also I saw VMWare Workstasion 6, but I'm not sure how it can do boot
from a USB disk because it does show only the floppy as a removable
devices to be used in the boot sequense.
9 9 Yutaka Sato <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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