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Cannot create a btrfs on 2 disks

I'm trying to create a btrfs file system on 2 disks but it shows an error: $ sudo mkfs.btrfs -d single /dev/sda1 /dev/sde1 ...
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SANE scanner access from inside a VM?

I'm using Arch inside VMware, and trying to connect to a Canon P-208 scanner. I know this scanner to be supported, it has an entry in /etc/sane.d/canon_dr.conf, but it shows up as: $ scanimage -L ...
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VMWare installation on Arch Linux

I've installed vmware 12.5 on my arch linux, but when I tried to run a virtual machine, it showed an error pop up saying: Could not open /dev/vmmon: No such file or directory. Please make sure that ...
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Trying to install vmplayer in arch linux

I used this article here: VMware | ArchWiki to try and install VMPlayer on Arch Linux. It seems to install correctly, but when I run it, it gives me errors. It sends these messages to the console: ...
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VMWare in arch without DE or WM

I'm trying to run VMWare (or any graphical application for that matter) in fullscreen mode from the console. I don't want to install a Desktop Environment or Window Manager, or even a Display Manager ...
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VMWare Workstation Shared folders on Arch/Linux kernel 4.x still not working?

I just installed up arch x64 running on BIOS configuration using vmware workstation 11.1. Everything is fine and working as intended except vmware shared folders feature. I have been continuously ...
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vmware.service hangs during shutdown

On Arch Linux, since a few system updates (unfortunately I cannot say which ones), vmware.service hangs during shutdown / reboot. I discovered that if I manually stop that service (systemctl stop ...
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How do I figure out what's freezing up my machine?

I am running Arch on this machine: 3.40GHz i7 hexacore (4930K) 16GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM 2xSamsung 840 EVO SSDs in Raid0 (using BTRFS raid) When I run VMware on my Arch with a few VMs (2 or ...
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Arch Linux becomes unresponsive from khugepaged

I am a heavy VMware workstation 10.0.3 user, and as such I have 32GB RAM on my system. My only operating system is Arch Linux, using Unity for the desktop. Usually when I have two virtual machines ...
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systemd-timesyncd.service inactive on Arch on VMWare

On Arch Linux running as a guest OS on VMWare Fusion, I noticed the system time of Arch falls behind when I sleep the host OS and never gets back in sync. It appears systemd-timesyncd is loaded but ...
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How do I install Arch using an older kernel? No ISOs seem to exist

This is my first time in Arch, and I'm following this tutorial, which is great, except that I can't go any farther than partitioning the drive. The reason is that when I try to mount my newly-made ...
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Using archlinux on vmware error 8000

I have been playing around with Linux a bit and I wanted to try using Arch Linux so I downlaoded the .iso and I set up vmware player saying that it was another Linux 2.6x kernel. As soon as I launched ...
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Cloning USB drive in VMware with partclone

I created a virtual machine in VMware as follows: SCSI HDD 1 GB (Main for short) SCSI HDD 0.8 GB (UClone for short) SCSI HDD 4 GB as a physically plugged UFD (Uphys for short) Arch Linux ISO as ...
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vmblock on archlinux [duplicate]

I have intalled the open-vm-tools-modules package but the vmblock module is unavailable. I need the vmblock to make the copy and paste between the guest and host to work. Does anyone have any clue?
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Accidentally set screen resolution too high, it won't change back

I'm using VMware with Arch and XFCE. The default screen resolution was too small for me so I wanted to change it to something higher. I accidentally selected a screen size that was too big and I ...
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Trying to install Vsphere ESX 4.0 on x86

I am trying to install Vsphere ESX 4.0 on my x86 machine. It is asking for Custom Drivers to install ESX. When installed on VMware workstation it takes the current installed Ethernet interface ...