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About gokumba

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  1. Almost there - patching libvmwarebase.so.0 fails because it's in its own sub-directory on Linux: Patching /usr/lib/vmware/lib/libvmwarebase.so.0 open failed Is a directory You'll find a trivial patch to fix that here: http://paste.pocoo.org/raw/483395/ After applying that, your unlocker works perfectly for me. Including creating VMs from the GUI. (Thanks, I was aware of the possibility to edit the vmx file, indeed, but I'm constructively lazy. ;-) )
  2. It works in so far as I was able to boot my existing Snow Leopard image in Workstation 8 on Linux. It does *not* allow for creating new Mac OS VMs using the GUI, though. Getting that to work would make your unlocker perfect. Thanks for your work!