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VMCI(9) 							   Open VM Tools							   VMCI(9)

NAME
vmci - vmware kernel module SYNOPSIS
modprobe vmci DESCRIPTION
This is a Linux kernel device driver module that drives VMware's inter-VM communication device. The device itself is backed by a PCI-based virtual hardware implementation, so hotplug or udev should load it at guest boot time in any VMs using hardware version 7. OPTIONS
vmci has no options. SEE ALSO
vmware-checkvm(1) vmware-hgfsclient(1) vmware-toolbox(1) vmware-toolbox-cmd(1) vmware-user(1) vmware-xferlogs(1) libguestlib(3) libvmtools(3) vmware-guestd(8) vmware-hgfsmounter(8) vmware-user-suid-wrapper(8) vmblock(9) vmhgfs(9) vmmemctl(9) vmsock(9) vmsync(9) vmxnet(9) vmxnet3(9) HOMEPAGE
More information about vmci and the Open VM Tools can be found at <http://open-vm-tools.sourceforge.net/>. AUTHOR
Open VM Tools were written by VMware, Inc. <http://www.vmware.com/>. This manual page was put together from homepage materials by Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@progress-technologies.net>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2010.03.20-243334 2010-04-08 VMCI(9)

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VMWARE-HGFSMOUNTER(8)						   Open VM Tools					     VMWARE-HGFSMOUNTER(8)

NAME
vmware-hgfsmounter - program for mounting HGFS shares SYNOPSIS
mount.vmhgfs SHARE DIRECTORY [ -o OPTIONS ] vmware-hgfsmounter SHARE DIRECTORY [ -o OPTIONS ] DESCRIPTION
This is a console-based mount helper application. It mounts the HGFS share, specified by name, to a local directory. Share names must be in host:dir format. OPTIONS
uid=ARGUMENT mount owner (by uid or username) gid=ARGUMENT mount group (by gid or groupname) fmask=ARGUMENT file umask (in octal) dmask=ARGUMENT directory umask (in octal) ro mount read-only rw mount read-write (default) nosuid ignore suid/sgid bits suid allow suid/sgid bits (default) nodev prevent device node access dev allow device node access (default) noexec prevent program execution exec allow program execution (default) sync file writes are synchronous async file writes are asynchronous (default) mand allow mandatory locks nomand prevent mandatory locks (default) noatime do not update access times atime update access times (default) nodiratime do not update directory access times adirtime update directory access times (default) ttl=ARGUMENT time before file attributes must be revalidated (in seconds). Improves performance but decreases coherency. Defaults to 1 if not set. EXAMPLES
This command is intended to be run from within /bin/mount by passing the option '-t vmhgfs'. For example: mount -t vmhgfs .host:/ /mnt/hgfs/ mount -t vmhgfs .host:/foo /mnt/foo mount -t vmhgfs .host:/foo/bar /var/lib/bar SEE ALSO
vmware-checkvm(1) vmware-hgfsclient(1) vmware-toolbox(1) vmware-toolbox-cmd(1) vmware-user(1) vmware-xferlogs(1) libguestlib(3) libvmtools(3) vmware-guestd(8) vmware-user-suid-wrapper(8) vmblock(9) vmci(9) vmhgfs(9) vmmemctl(9) vmsock(9) vmsync(9) vmxnet(9) vmxnet3(9) HOMEPAGE
More information about vmware-hgfsmounter and the Open VM Tools can be found at <http://open-vm-tools.sourceforge.net/>. AUTHOR
Open VM Tools were written by VMware, Inc. <http://www.vmware.com/>. This manual page was put together from homepage materials by Daniel Baumann <daniel.baumann@progress-technologies.net>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2010.03.20-243334 2010-04-08 VMWARE-HGFSMOUNTER(8)
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