This video shows you the steps to install VMware Workstation 15 Pro software, which allows you to install and run a virtual machine on Ubuntu 18.10/19.04.
To setup VMware Workstation 15 on Ubuntu:
Step 1: If you have not previously installed Ubuntu operating system with VMware, please refer to the video or article below.
Article ➦ How to Install Ubuntu
Step 2: After installing Ubuntu, download VMware for Linux from the following link before starting the installation of VMware Workstation 15 on your system.
➦ Download VMware Workstation
Step 3: After downloading VMware Workstation 15 to Ubuntu 18.10 desktop, press Ctrl + Alt + T to open Terminal.
Step 4: Before installing VMware 15 Pro, execute the “sudo apt-get update” command in the Terminal to update the Ubuntu package list.
➦ sudo apt-get update
Step 5: After updating your Linux – Ubuntu 18.10 package list, you can now start installing VMware Workstation 15.
Step 6: Go to the location where you downloaded the VMware Workstation 15.bundle file in Terminal.
Step 7: Run “chmod +x FileName.bundle” to make the file run.
Step 8: Then execute “./FileName.bundle” in Terminal screen to start VMware 15 installation.
Step 9: Watch the entire video to setup VMware Workstation 15 on Ubuntu.
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