From a Linux xterm window, type
win98sd. The VMware
virtual PC will fire up and Windows98 will boot.
Logon to Windows98 using your normal Unix account name. You can supply any password you like (preferably not your Unix password); your Unix password will be prompted for when you try and access your Linux home directory.
Network Neighbourhooddesktop icon.
Vmhostmachine icon. A window will pop-up asking for your password - you need to type in your normal Unix password here; unclick the
Save the password in password listbox.
My Computerdesktop icon.
Map Network Drivemenu item.
pathfield of the pop-up window and hit OK.
ljmhis available through a Windows98 printer queue. You should mount your Linux home directory before trying to print anything; otherwise your jobs won't print.
The default Windows98/VMware display resolution is 1024x768; this is to cater for laptops. You can increase the resolution to 1152x864 in the normal Windows way, but this change won't persist from one VMware session to the next.
VMware has been setup to use the full display. You can escape this to
get back to Linux by typing the key sequence
You must not install additional licenced software onto Windows98/VMware.