> > > Yuan, > > > > > > Let me know any information I can provide to help. > > > > > > -Matt > > > > > > > Hi Matt, > > I checked with my college here and somehow the information I got is that > > the VMWare is only support 32 system, so you probably need to install 32bit > > IDV. Can you give it a try? > > > > > > Yuan > > > > > Hi Matt, > I installed the VMWare player in my window this afternoon, and openSUSE 1.3, > I can reproduce the same error. So the problem is somehow related to the > openSUSE. I have learned from my colleges that the IDV can be run in the > VMWare with FC14 and Centos. Is the openSUSE the only option you are thinking > about? > > Yuan I think the bottom line is that the default video driver for the openSUSE is not working correctly for the host machine. I tried to install a NVIDIA driver for my machine, but the configuration of the opensuse stop the installation. I wonder what is your host machine video driver, and if possible to install the driver in the opensuse. Yuan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IJI-668187 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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