yeah don't bother on that Q. It's not worth the time. I remember starting to make use of that open-vm-tools and was quickly dissatisfied w/ it's quality. We were using VMWare early on but KVM and docker are better in the long run on Linux esp.
If you're on OSX you can use VirtualBox which is superior. That whole bunch of tools they give you in there are kinda lousy.
@RyanGrant - you might want to post your error to the security.stackexchange.com. Don't just copy/paste it though or it will get closed as a cross-post. I'd focus on the no public interfaces found over there and see if anyone can help
I have a folder with more than 30 sub directories and I want to get the list of the files which was modified after a specified date(say sep 8 which is the real case) and to be copied with the same tree structure with only the modified files in that folder
I have say 30 dir from that I have the ...
Just a quick note, I have to work at the moment so I asked Danny to come in here. I've already answered his question but I seem to have a bug in my script, if someone else can help out, that'd be great.
I have an issue with my ipsec installation. I am trying to get ipsec verify to pass, but one of the very first items on the checklist is "Checking for IPsec support in kernel" and it fails. I was testing on ubuntu 12.04 on my vps provider but then decided to try 14.04 to see if their 14.04 image had ipsec support, it does not. Do I have to ask the provider to enable support or is there a system config I can do to add support into my vps?