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Hey, I'm a Linux newbie who's trying to trip to Masterness, I know programming basis, and I have no problem with coding at all (I even enjoy it ) Well, ...
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    Problems installing Mandriva 2008 Spring on vm Workstation 7


    Hey,

    I'm a Linux newbie who's trying to trip to Masterness,
    I know programming basis, and I have no problem with coding at all
    (I even enjoy it )

    Well, anyways, here's my problem:

    I have VMWorkstation 7 installed on my PC, along with a ISO file containing Mandriva Spring 2008, when I run Workstation it prompts a configuration UI,
    I fill it like this:

    Installation Source: I type the ISO's path here.
    Specify Guesting OS: I go to Linux cat. and choose Mandriva.
    Machine name & Output path: Anything will do the trick
    Specify Disk Space: I use default (20GB)

    Then, after a quick check the BIOS starts.
    After sometime, it stops and prompts the following Message:
    "PXE-E50: No boot filename found".

    If anyone knows how to solve this, please let me know.
    Thanks on Advance

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    what are you entering as the iso path?

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