Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Linux Guest OS Discussion' started by dankell, Oct 18, 2012.
Still doesn't work for me.
Thank you for the issue description. Would you please send the Problem report from Help --> report a Problem and pose the report ID number here. It will help us to speed up the investigation
Report ID 19506150.
So the answer to all PD7 owners is to upgrade to PD8? For something this minor, really?
VMWare is looking pretty good about now - I've used them on Windows for 10+ years and they've never strong-armed my like this.
I will reluctantly consider purchasing what will very likely be my last upgrade of Parallels(to V8), just for this simple x recompile they COULD easily release for V& owners. I'll begin moving my testing VM's to VMWare, because I've never heard of VMWare doing what Parallels is doing here, forcing us to buy an upgrade for a simple recompile for the new version of X(thus also not even allowing us to do it ourselves). This is customer price gouging in my opinion. Oh yeah, and there has NEVER been a 3d accelerated coherence mode in Parallels, unlike VMWare (who has had it for some time now), contrary to the Parallels advertising. But hey, if you only test VM's in Windows 7/8, then Parallels is spiffy ;-)
To Serv !
please answer to me and to community: PD7 can run xorg 1.13 in the future ?
Note: I have bought PD7 three / four month ago !!!!! And I made upgrade from VirtualBox to PD because I USE Ubuntu.. O my God!
I can't really comment on that, sorry.
I was on the brink of coughing up the $50 for the U12.10 fix but I just can't do it. Time to find another solution.
Thanks for the report
0. if is not installed install Kernel-souces gcc kernel-headers
1. uname -a
>> remember the version of kernel module. For example, 3.4.6-2.10-desktop
2. sudo cp /usr/lib/parallels-tools/kmods/prl_fs_freeze/Snapshot/Guest/Linux/prl_freeze/prl_fs_freeze.ko /lib/modules/<kernel_module version>/extra/
sudo cp /usr/lib/parallels-tools/kmods/prl_tg/Toolgate/Guest/Linux/prl_tg/prl_tg.ko /lib/modules/<kernel_module version>/extra/
sudo cp /usr/lib/parallels-tools/kmods/prl_eth/pvmnet/prl_eth.ko /lib/modules/<kernel_module version>/extra/
sudo cp /usr/lib/parallels-tools/kmods/prl_fs/SharedFolders/Guest/Linux/prl_fs/prl_fs.ko /lib/modules/<kernel_module version>/extra/
3. sudo depmod -a
4. sudo modprobe prl_fs_freeze
sudo modprobr prl_tg
sudo modprobe prl_eth
sudo modprobe prl_fs
5. Then reboot your VM
6. if necessary Reinstall Parallels Tools
Works for me now.
Thanks DiegoB, that worked for me.
The tricky part was installing the Parallels tools without the mouse.
I used the Ctrl + Alt + T shortcut to get a terminal, then ran the Paralells installer.
Thanks for the feedback!
[solved] just install the parallels tools from Parallels Destop 8 trial version
- download the trial version of Parallels desktop 8 and mount the dmg
- open a terminal and cd into the mounted dmg (cd /Volumes/Parallels\ Desktop\ 8)
- copy the parallels tools iso to your home directory (cp ./Parallels\ Desktop.app/Contents/Resources/Tools/prl-tools-lin.iso ~/prl-tools-lin-v8.iso)
- mount the iso on your ubuntu 12.10 and upgrade your parallels tools.
NOTE: because of version mismatch you will get a warning about outdated parallels tools version. besides that, so far I couldn't see any incompatibilities between the Parallels Desktop 7 and the guest tools from version 8, if you find any post a comment... enjoy.
thanks for this guidance - i am sure it will be useful for other users
YanaYana, it would be good if you offered support rather than just cluttering up the forums with your unhelpful posts.
Worked beautifully for me with Mint
Thanks Rudy! This was so easy and worked like a charm. I am running Mint 14 with kernel 3.5.0-17-generic and xorg 1.13.0. Automatic screen resize and mouse switching work as does the clipboard between Mint and my OSX host.
Thanks so much!
I had to reinstall Parallels due to a corrupt HD and had the screen resolution stuck at 800x600. I followed the steps outlined by Rudy and it worked like a charm!
For other newbies out there, to mount your iso, perform the following:
"You can connect and mount the Parallels Tools ISO image file manually. Right-click the CD/DVD drive icon in the virtual machine's window status bar and choose Connect Image. In the Finder window, go to the hard disk folder (normally named "Macintosh HD"), select the /Library/Parallels/Tools/ folder, select the prl-tools-lin.iso file, and click Open to connect it to the virtual machine."
Also, I had the mouse pointer issue after performing the steps but I simply reinstalled parallel tools again and everything worked like a charm.
Sorry for the stupid question, I am new to ubuntu, that is why i am using VM to experiment, I got to through all of the steps that RudyAttias said except the last step to mount in Ubuntu and upgrade Parallel tools.
Mount in Ubuntu, do you mean to start up parallel with Ubuntu 12.10 and click on the iso image? and how to I install the package. Is there terminal command line that I need? What is it?
Sorry for the newbie question, I know this is pretty basic but I am new to Linux
CentOS 6 (6.4) and apparently xorg 1.13+
After traipsing down the rabbit hole starting with no screens found, then detected devices vs. screens, then prlvideo not loading, I finally found this.
Thank you so much Rudy!
Thanks so much Rudy! That was really helpful - as was much else on this thread.
Just thought I'd let you know what I did that might help other linux noobs like me:
Follow Rudy's first 3 instructions (copying an iso file from the downloaded dmg via macosx terminal)
locate the prl-tools-lin-v8.iso in the home (user) directory
rename to prl-tools-lin.iso
go to finder and open Machindtosh HD/Libaray/Parallels/tools
replace the prl-tools-lin.iso in there with the new one in your home directory
open the linux virtual machine
go up to the paralells options for that virtual machine (top bar from macosx) and go to Virtual Machine and then "Update Parallels Tools"
now Parallels Tools should be mounted as a virtual CD in the linux OS (using the new prl-tools-lin.iso that we replaced in the library before)
open the terminal
and type password
if you haven't set up "su" password to be able to use the root directory just google how to
write: "cd "
to get to root directory
write "cd/ media/Parallels\ Tools"
with the Parallels Tools folder open
this should open the Parallels Tools updater install script which is the new version downloaded and discovered thanks to Rudy's instructions
follow the prompts with the updater and allow it to reset linux
on reboot all problems should be solved
I did all this from memory guys and am new to linux so please correct any mistakes I have made