If you convert a virtual machine which has Microsoft's "Virtual Machine Additions" installed to a VMWare-compatible virtual machine using VMWare converter or a similar program and then proceed to install VMWare tools to optimize the virtual machine for its new environment, you will quickly find your mouse isn't all that willing to move anymore. Either it wont show up at all, or it will be stuck in the bottom right corner of the screen, which is of course very inconvenient.
Has your desired eth0 ended up as eth1 and the other way around? Did you put in a new network card, having every config file set to use eth0, and the card shows up as eth1?
How to get lm-sensors, the Windows speedfan-equivalent, working in linux - short reference
apt-get install lm-sensors sensors-detect pwmconfig
Yes, I finally submit to the pressure. This is a blog. But I'm still not making a bloody facebook profile! Get off my back about it!