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This page summarizes the steps to mount a windows shared folder in a Linux VMware guest machine, i.e. SUSE.

Setup shared folder

In Virtual Machine Settings windows, add shared folder.


Verify it in Linux guest machine

Run the following command line in your virtual machine:


This command will output the available shares:


As you can see in the above screenshot, I have added a share named python-bio.

Mount the share

Run the following command to mount it:

sudo vmhgfs-fuse -o nonempty -o allow_other .host:/python-bio /home/tangf/mounts/python-bio/

In my case, I am mounting share python-bio to folder /home/tangf/mounts/python-bio/.


You can then change directory to the mount folder and list the files in it using command ‘ls -alt’


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