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Questions on installing software/configuring are more suited for Super User.

where VMWare questions belong.

VMWare questions do belong on Super User (and we have few of themfew of them)

In this specific case:

  • There's no mention of the guest OS
  • There's no mention of the host OS
  • No mention of what DE is being used
  • No mention of what version/edition of VMware is being used (no, mentioning "latest" version doesn't cut it.)

As a Super User moderatorSuper User moderator, I'm very happy it was closed on Stack Overflow as "not a real question", because if it did come over to Super User, I'd close with the same reason & leave a piece of my mind in the Ask a Super User Moderator Chat room

Questions on installing software/configuring are more suited for Super User.

where VMWare questions belong.

VMWare questions do belong on Super User (and we have few of them)

In this specific case:

  • There's no mention of the guest OS
  • There's no mention of the host OS
  • No mention of what DE is being used
  • No mention of what version/edition of VMware is being used (no, mentioning "latest" version doesn't cut it.)

As a Super User moderator, I'm very happy it was closed on Stack Overflow as "not a real question", because if it did come over to Super User, I'd close with the same reason & leave a piece of my mind in the Ask a Super User Moderator Chat room

Questions on installing software/configuring are more suited for Super User.

where VMWare questions belong.

VMWare questions do belong on Super User (and we have few of them)

In this specific case:

  • There's no mention of the guest OS
  • There's no mention of the host OS
  • No mention of what DE is being used
  • No mention of what version/edition of VMware is being used (no, mentioning "latest" version doesn't cut it.)

As a Super User moderator, I'm very happy it was closed on Stack Overflow as "not a real question", because if it did come over to Super User, I'd close with the same reason & leave a piece of my mind in the Ask a Super User Moderator Chat room

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Questions on installing software/configuring are more suited for Super User.

where VMWare questions belong.

VMWare questions do belong on Super User (and we have few of them)

In this specific case:

  • There's no mention of the guest OS
  • There's no mention of the host OS
  • No mention of what DE is being used
  • No mention of what version/edition of VMware is being used (no, mentioning "latest" version doesn't cut it.)

As a Super User moderator, I'm very happy it was closed on Stack Overflow as "not a real question", because if it did come over to Super User, I'd close with the same reason & leave a piece of my mind in the Ask a Super User Moderator Chat room