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Installing Leopard Server as a Virtual Machine in Fusion


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Hi all,

It'd be very much appreciated if you could guide me through how to install Leopard server as a virtual machine in Fusion.
I'm running Fusion on the top of my MacBook Pro's Leopard.

Thanks.

P.S. I don't mind using Parallels if Parallels is an option.

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hi,
look at some posts below, if u want to virtualize mac os x server, u need to get the latest version of parallels server (Beta4), and you also need to have mac os x server installed on ur laptop .
in short summary, the host and the guest os must be osx server in ur case.

there's currently no public version of vmware fusion for virtualizing osx server.

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Has anyone been able to hack Parallels server to allow Leopard server to run on Leopard client? I desperately need this capability. TIA

Jeff

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Has anyone been able to hack Parallels server to allow Leopard server to run on Leopard client? I desperately need this capability. TIA

Jeff


VMware Fusion 2 has supported this since their beta 2. Right now Fusion 2 is in release candidate stage, so expect the final Fusion 2 to be released soon. Cherry on the cake: it is a free upgrade for Fusion 1 users!





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