your reactions these this pictures =)

carbonmotion

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"Dadelus"
Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running on
Athlon XP 3200+
Radeon 8500 64MB DDR
Dual 250 GB RAID HD
1GB of DDR Ram

i'm really excited because i finally got my Windows Server 2003 cd in the mail :-D... got a big discount ordering through my work too.... still it was kinda expensive.
 

DeepIn2U

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Mother of God.

@carbonmotion, How the freak did you get Windows Server 2003 running on your PowerBook G4???? That doesnt make any sense, unless VPC released it, or the internals isnt a PowerBook G4 mobo. Which is it??
 

scem0

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wow... I was this close (hold fingers close together) to saying the exact same thing about the table cloth. :eek:

C'mon now... my grandmother has the same tablecloth. :p

scem0
 

liketom

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year right ... whats that at the top right of the screen ???

virtual Pc can do Full Screen can ot not ?
or even VNC can do full screen


not too sure about your table cloth :p
 

carbonmotion

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liketom said:
year right ... whats that at the top right of the screen ???

virtual Pc can do Full Screen can ot not ?
or even VNC can do full screen


not too sure about your table cloth :p
top right = google search bar?
and as i have already said its an athlon server
 

carbonmotion

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see, i control and manage my server
(Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition running on
Athlon XP 3200+
Radeon 8500 64MB DDR
Dual 250 GB RAID HD
1GB of DDR Ram)
from my powerbook, using this great program that's alot faster than vnc called RDC. so to the guy who said vnc... WRONG! also rdc supports sound and millions of colors.
 

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liketom

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hold on let the man explain , he said Athlon Server so awaiting a reply on that .

what he has a Athlon Server pumping out to VNC or is he saying he has managed to squeeze in a Athon Server into his powerbook lol if this is true he needs to talk to apple about fiting a G5 into them Powerbooks lol
 

carbonmotion

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mcarnes

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Need to set the white balance for tungsten on the first pic. Other than that I love the pictures. Only one small question: why in the name of all that is holy would you disgrace and foul the powerbook by putting windoze on it! You'll smoke a turd in hell for that!
 

carbonmotion

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mcarnes said:
Need to set the white balance for tungsten on the first pic. Other than that I love the pictures. Only one small question: why in the name of all that is holy would you disgrace and foul the powerbook by putting windoze on it! You'll smoke a turd in hell for that!
i think it kinda looks good, LOL!
 

efoto

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carbonmotion said:
i think it kinda looks good, LOL!
Well from preliminary talk it sounds like soon enough you will be able to natively have it on there, not through rdc. Come that day, all will be dark and damp :rolleyes:
 

DeepIn2U

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carbonmotion said:
i think it kinda looks good, LOL!
I agree. Many thanks for the posts, I really learned something new today. Is there anything special that you can do - either more efficiently (than) - /that you cannot do in Virtual PC for Mac, on your, well Mac while connected to RDC?!

BTW, what do you use your server for anyway?
 

witness

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I use RDP/RDC on my Mac all the time. Some of the key mappings can be a little awkward but apart from that it’s much faster than using VPC, even when you're connecting to a computer via the internet.