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From d1bd7d0d8e9ae6ee96c10b34ef770848080b81dd Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Linux User <odidev@puresoftware.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2020 08:23:26 +0000
Subject: [PATCH] tools.conf Update the tool.conf patch to support 11.1-x
 release

Signed-off-by: Linux User <odidev@puresoftware.com>
---
 open-vm-tools/tools.conf | 72 ++++++----------------------------------
 1 file changed, 11 insertions(+), 61 deletions(-)

diff --git a/open-vm-tools/tools.conf b/open-vm-tools/tools.conf
index a697e118..4588b0be 100644
--- a/open-vm-tools/tools.conf
+++ b/open-vm-tools/tools.conf
@@ -67,10 +67,7 @@
 
 # Log destinations for various services
 # By default, logs go to
-# %windir%/temp/vmware-<servicename>.log
-# for Windows, and
-# /var/log/vmware-<servicename>-<username>.log
-# for Linux, MacOS and Solaris.
+# /var/log/vmware/<servicename>-<username>.log
 
 # Possible values for handler are:
 # file: logs to a file. Set *.data to the file name
@@ -82,7 +79,6 @@
 # std: Logs to stdout for level >= 'message',
 # and to stderr for more severe than 'message'.
 # syslog: logs to syslog
-# outputdebugstring: uses OutputDebugString (Windows only)
 
 # If handler is 'syslog' and the OS is Linux, the facility
 # can be set with <domain>.facility. The facility value can be one of
@@ -99,33 +95,33 @@
 # Enable tools service logging to a file.
 #vmtoolsd.level = debug
 #vmtoolsd.handler = file
-#vmtoolsd.data = c:/tmp/vmtoolsd-${USER}.log
+#vmtoolsd.data = /var/log/vmware/vmtoolsd-${USER}.log
 
 # Enable 'vmsvc' service logging to a file.
 #vmsvc.level = debug
 #vmsvc.handler = file
-#vmsvc.data = c:/tmp/vmsvc.log
+#vmsvc.data = /var/log/vmware/vmsvc.log
 
 # Enable VMwareResolutionSet.exe logging to a file.
 # Comment this for Linux guest, sometimes vmusr logs are not generated due
 # to this being uncommented
 #vmresset.level = debug
 #vmresset.handler = file+
-#vmresset.data = c:/tmp/vmresset.log
+#vmresset.data = /var/log/vmware/vmresset.log
 
 # Enable new "vmusr" service logging to a file.
 #vmusr.level = debug
 #vmusr.handler = file
-#vmusr.data = c:/tmp/vmusr.${USER}.log
+#vmusr.data = /var/log/vmware/vmusr.${USER}.log
 
 # Set the following configuration if you want to collect the logs for
 # vmware-toolbox-cmd utility
 #toolboxcmd.level = debug
 #toolboxcmd.handler = file
-#toolboxcmd.data = c:/tmp/vmtoolboxcmd-${USER}.log
+#toolboxcmd.data = /var/log/vmware/vmtoolboxcmd-${USER}.log
 
 # Enable old VMwareUser/vmware-user logging to file.
-#log.file = c:/tmp/vmtools.log
+#log.file = /var/log/vmware/vmtools.log
 
 # Enable "hgfsServer" request handling logging to the appropriate service file.
 #hgfsServer.level = debug
@@ -160,18 +156,11 @@
 #poweroff-script=poweroff-vm-default
 
 # Runs when the virtual machine is resumed after it was suspended.
-# On Windows guest operating systems, if the virtual machine is configured to
-# use DHCP, the default script renews the IP address of the virtual machine.
-# On Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD guest operating systems,
-# this script starts networking for the virtual machine.
+# This script starts networking for the virtual machine.
 #resume-script=resume-vm-default
 
 # Runs when the virtual machine is being suspended.
-# On Windows guest operating systems, if the virtual machine is configured
-# to use DHCP, the default script releases the IP address of the virtual
-# machine.
-# On Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and FreeBSD, this script stops networking for
-# the virtual machine.
+# This script stops networking for the virtual machine.
 #suspend-script=suspend-vm-default
 
 [guestinfo]
@@ -205,8 +194,6 @@
 # Interface names can use wildcards like '*' and '?'.
 # Default for Linux and all non-Windows:
 #exclude-nics=veth*,docker*,virbr*
-# Default for Windows:
-#exclude-nics=vEthernet*
 
 # max umber of IPv4 routes to gather.
 #max-ipv4-routes=100
@@ -218,25 +205,10 @@
 #diskinfo-include-reserved=false
 
 
-[unity]
-#
-# Unity is available for Windows only.
-#
-
-# Set to true to override system decisions about whether unity should be available.
-#forceEnable=false
-
-# Override the desktop background color when in Unity mode.
-#desktop.backgroundColor=
-
-# The socket type can be 'ipsocket' or 'vsocket':
-#pbrpc.socketType
-
 [resolutionKMS]
 
 # Default is true if tools finds an xf86-video-vmware driver with
 # version >= 13.2.0. If you don't have X installed, set this to true manually.
-# This only affects tools for Linux.
 #enable=true
 
 [guestosinfo]
@@ -249,12 +221,8 @@
 
 [vmbackup]
 
-# enableSyncDriver is not available for Windows:
 #enableSyncDriver=true
 
-# enableVSS is Windows only:
-#enableVSS=true
-
 # See https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/2146204
 # can be used to fallback to FS quiescing forcely when there are app quiescing
 # problems for specific Windows systems
@@ -263,7 +231,6 @@
 #execScripts=true
 #scriptArg=
 
-# Linux only
 # The value of excludedFileSystems is a comma-separated list of glob-style
 # patterns specifying the file systems to be excluded from quiesced snapshots.
 # The patterns may use '*' (wildcard) to represent any string of characters
@@ -273,12 +240,8 @@
 #excludedFileSystems=
 
 # Whether to execute scripts on quiescing.
-# Scripts are executed from /etc/vmware-tools/backupScripts.d on Linux and
-# %installpath%\backupScripts.d on Windows, and the legacy scripts
-# "c:\windows\pre-freeze-script.bat"
-# "c:\windows\post-thaw-script.bat"
-#
-# Linux:
+# Scripts are executed from /etc/vmware-tools/backupScripts.d,
+# and the legacy scripts:
 # "/usr/sbin/pre-freeze-script"
 # "/usr/sbin/post-thaw-script"
 #
@@ -298,19 +261,6 @@
 # Whether to use vgauth for guest op authentication
 #useVGAuth=true
 
-[autoupgrade]
-
-# The autoupgrade plugin is only available for Windows.
-
-# The "allow-upgrade" option controls whether automatic upgrades (or reinstalls)
-# are allowed. The two options "allow-add-feature" and "allow-remove-feature"
-# control whether adding or removing a feature will be allowed. The two latter
-# ones only affect Windows tools.
-
-#allow-upgrade=true
-#allow-add-feature=true
-#allow-remove-feature=true
-
 [deployPkg]
 
 # to disable guest customization
-- 
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