Installing Workstation Player typically involves running a standard GUI wizard. Install Workstation Player on a Linux HostYou run the Linux bundle installer to install Workstation Player on a Linux host system. On most Linux distributions, the Linux bundle installer starts a GUI wizard. On some Linux distributions, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1, the bundle installer starts a command-line wizard instead of a GUI wizard. You can also run the installer with the --console option to install Workstation Player in a terminal window. Start Workstation PlayerWhen you start Workstation Player, the Workstation Player window opens. Use the Workstation Player WindowYou interact with Workstation Player and virtual machines through the Workstation Player window. The best way to learn how to use Workstation Player is to use it. The Workstation Player window is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. Transferring Files and TextYou can use the drag-and-drop and copy and paste features, shared folders, and mapped drives to transfer text and files between the host system and virtual machines. Download a Virtual Appliance in Workstation PlayerYou can download a virtual appliance in Workstation Player. A virtual appliance is a prebuilt, preconfigured, and ready-to-run software application that is packaged with the operating system in a virtual machine. Remove a Virtual Machine from the Library in Workstation PlayerWhen you open a virtual machine in Workstation Player, it is added to the virtual machine library. You can remove a virtual machine that you are not using from the library. Email Address Collection in Workstation PlayerThe trial version of Workstation Player prompts you for your email address when you use it for the first time. Uninstall Workstation PlayerYou must uninstall the previous version of Workstation Player before you can install the latest version.