Re: Mac OS X Leopard
From: Don Bryant <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: Mac OS X Leopard (Re: new problem)
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2008 21:28:38 -0500
> Isn't there a way to virtualized Tiger under Leopard?
I'm not sure, and my guess is no.
If you want to run windoze the virtualization software has to
provide a virtual PC hardware environment. However, for MacOS,
it has to provide a virtual Mac environment, and I doubt Apple
would want to make such thing.
However, it is easy to have multiple bootable disks attached
to one machine and switch between them. I personally wouldn't
want to do this, because the whole reason I switched over to
Mac is because I wanted to eliminate the need for "dual boot"
operation while keeping UNIX environment.
"Make something religious and people don't have to deal with it, they
can say it's irrelevant." (Bob Dylan, Biograph booklet, 1985)