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ESXi 5.5 Unlocker 1.20

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Hi, I am not sure if this is an unlocker issue so I did not embed it into the unlocker specific thread.


What I have is that I have upgraded my ESXi 5.1 to 5.5, I have an AMD CPU and board. I understand the unlocker is not intended for AMD CPUs, but I know there are other ways to get it working.


The strange thing I have encountered though is that as soon as I applied the unlocker, the system becomes unstable in terms of connection to the ESXi server. For example I will loose connection to it, or the remote desktop console becomes black (blank) screen.


I followed the steps from VMWare for solving similar issue but nothing helped.


As soon as I uninstalled the unlocker, the issue went away.


Is there anything I missed here?


Thank you in advance.

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Donk, I made a new file called install-new.sh base on the thread input, I did chmod +x per the instruction, when I tried ./install-new.sh, the system says:


-sh: ./install-new.sh: not found


I am not familiar with linux environment, could you give an advice here? I guess it is probably permission related?



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Apologies for delay been away from web for a few days.


That error is likely you have saved the file as Windows format with CR/LF and need to save as Unix with LF only.

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