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    You can also install the open vm tools with

    apt-get install --yes open-vm-tools

    We removed them in 14.0 because we had video issues and we suspect open-vm-tools may have been causing issues. I now suspect its probably unlikely. If you do install the open-vm-tools and have problems with video, please let us know your setup & config.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    You can also install the open vm tools with

    apt-get install --yes open-vm-tools
    I tried that first but for whatever reason Untangle kept telling me that it couldn't resolve the URL. I must have been doing something wrong or missing something implied.

    Are the tools in the repo better suited for Untangle? That was my only concern when using the tar from VMware vCenter.

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    did you apt-get update first?

    Yes, the ones in the repo will be updated with the regular upgrade process.
    Other than that - I don't know how they compare to the tarball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    did you apt-get update first?

    Yes, the ones in the repo will be updated with the regular upgrade process.
    Other than that - I don't know how they compare to the tarball.
    I don't think I did. I just followed what you mentioned in this post but didn't realize that I needed to run just a basic apt-get update first. I'll try that next time. Thank you.

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