Exactly right. If there were a Mac version of VM Ware, you could run OS 9, and not classic, in a window. It would have its own IP address, access to the peripherals. It is a sweet app.Originally posted by FatTony
I would rather run Mac OS 9 at full speed in a window if it had better results than classic.
... I think this was the point of the thread...Originally posted by Over Achiever
I was planning to buy a mac, and use VPC. I planned on buying the DOS version, since I have copies of Windows and Linux (Red Hat)...how do I install it? Has anyone done this?
Just wanted to know before I buy my pb
Thanks. That was what I was wondering...if I could boot off of the CD or not. I've never used DOS, so I'm naive to it. Thanks for the instructionsOriginally posted by evildead
you just insert the install CD. Start up VPC and create a new disk image.. there is a tool for it. Tell it what kind of OS you are going to be installing and a few other settings. Then boot up your new image. It will have no OS but it will then ask you if you want to boot off the CD that is in your drive. Boot off the CD and Then just fallow the Install wizard like normal