Re: Mac OS X Leopard (Re: new problem)
The easiest way is to just install both operating systems on the computer. I have two external drives I use for that.
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In a message dated 2/5/08 8:31:21 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Isn't there a way to virtualized Tiger under Leopard?
I know with Windows (Vista, XP Pro, etc.) I can use VMWare to run any OS
that will run on a Wintel/WinAMD box, including legacy versions of DOS,
Windows, as well as any Linux flavor of the month and x86 versions of
Solaris. Most of the time with full hardware compatibility and full fault
tolerance preventing crashes of the Host OS.
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