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ToGr82B4Gotn

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Just thought I would post this for all who are trying to go with a TYpe 1 Hypervisor.

http://www.virtualcomputer.com

You can register to use the Nxtop Engine free of charge. It is a great product. I am using it on my Dell E6410 with no problems.

It tool some tweaking but I finally got OSX 10.6 5 to install.

Some of you may want to try it and lets get some feedback. The really GREAT thing is that once you have a working OSX install, you can move it between machines.

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It tool some tweaking but I finally got OSX 10.6 5 to install.

Could you provide some details please?

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Could you provide some details please?


Very interesting. Downloaded it last week but haven't tried it yet. Would be great if you could post more details.

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I have downloaded it, as Donk says looks interesting, it appears to be based on the Xen Hypervisor, but like Donk I have not had a chance to try it yet, hopefully this coming weekend.

ToGr82B4Gotn if you can provide some pointers on how you managed to get OS X installed under NxTop Engine that would be great.

Cheers,
MSoK.





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