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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Krafty, Jun 21, 2008.
Is it possible to run another OS X system with VMware? I cant figure out how.
no, what you have to do is to make a partition on your HDD then install it into there i recommend at least 20gb for leopard install
So its kinda like Bootcamp? And I can hold down CMD and switch between partition at startup?
i dont think you can install an older osx than what your system came with. manily driver issues i would imagine
hopefully you figure it out as i would be interested too
I'm trying with VMware but I can't figure out how. It keeps saying no bootable disk.
You can't install Mac OS X inside VMWare unless you're running Leopard Server. The only way to install a desktop version of Leopard is to install it straight on your hard drive. You could either partition your drive (like Boot Camp, yes, but not exactly the same) or install straight on.
Well, you can always go to your local pirate bay and ask for Kaliway...
that is illegal and I wouldn't recommend it
I don't care about it being illegal, but I'm just going to use my External HDD (with the space I have leftover...)