The Ubuntu or the Linux OS in a more popular term has been raising too much questions about the possibility of having it installed and executed on a VMWare Player. A lot of PC enthusiasts and IT experts alike have tried and worked on having this done, and fortunately, all attempts to do it have been made successful.
Yes, it is possible to have your Ubuntu installed on your VMWare Player.
The Ubuntu may have been tagged as the more complex operating system but looking for the compatibility of it to a lot of potential software and hardware in the market is never complicated and difficult. In fact, the Ubuntu operating system works so much better with many other software programs or players.
The VMWare player is proven to be working perfectly with Ubuntu. As a matter of fact, even when the other OS like Windows XP and Server are having compatibility issues Ubuntu never had a problem with it.
The complications that other users may have experienced with VMWare players over the Ubuntu software are treated to be isolated cases and have not been witnessed to be a problem with the general users of the Linux OS. As it is, when complications arise from installing the Ubuntu on the VMWare player, the user must immediately check with the VMWare player makers before jumping into any other conclusion that Ubuntu is having problems with VMWare players. Or better yet, contact the Ubuntu vendor for any possible fix that they can offer.