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You don't get it. If you copy your gigantic VM to Windows 98 running on fat, and try to run it, can you do it? With multi 2GB-sized files, this...
There's reason for VMware to have so many files. VMware's VM files are cross-platform, meaning it can be used on ext2, fat, etc. fat has 2GB per...
I know there are many who are stilll using 1970 for some reasons. If you do, please don't update your OS X to 10.4.9. If you do, then some of...
This known issue has gone through many betas until this release 3188 but still hasn't been fixed. I think the best bet would to send Andrews a PM...
Not good for Linux users also. Lots of serious USB bugs, I'm back to 1970.
Do you really expect people to send their support problems to you? Your offer is so childish and insulting.
Just wonder how many existing Parallels Desktop users will "jump boat"?
Count me in.
Maybe we need a another thread to see how many will "jump boat" and let them know?
Stop being a self-praised snob. And please stop bitching about your "experience" too. "Best VM solution"? Ignorance is bliss....
3186 should have been RC3, and maybe 3188 is RC4?
Parallels' trigger happy, maybe?
That's why people like me are looking forward to VMWare for Mac. Parallels have so far ignored Linux users, treated like second-class citizens.
I too have no luck with Windows 98 SE. When I try to install Parallels tools, nothing happens. When I quit Windows 98 SE, it BSODs. Just wonder...
I cannot install the tools in WIndows 98. It just takes forever. So when I cancel the installation, it BSOD when I shutdown Windows 98.
One of the many reasons why Ubuntu is not listed as officially supported?
These are the ones I've tried:
Windows 98 can read
Windows XP can read
Ubuntu Dapper cannot read
Ubuntu Hoary cannot read
Redhat 9.0 cannot...
Build 1884 Release Candidate
All kinds of CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, music CD, etc. They just cannot be read with Ubuntu 6.06 under Parallels.
Judging from the indifference shown in this forum, I think it's Parallels Desktop that needs a competition. :D
How can you consider Ubuntu run very nicely if CD is not supported.
Wonder if CD support for Ubuntu issue is resolved in new Beta?