Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by NineMileDrag, Oct 24, 2008.
which is the better choice if i want to make a virtual machine with ubuntu?
I prefer Fusion. And it recognizes Ubuntu much better also.
fusion, hands down
Fusion. then you can go to this link and download pre-built images to test various cool appliances.
Fusion is much better.
Fusion is easily the better program. Faster and far more versatile/powerful
fusion it is. Can i just install Ubuntu straight from a burned install disc or is there a specific version that integrates with fusion?
i got a questin before i head out and get fusion,
If i install vista as a bootcamp, then get fusion, do i need to install another copy of vista? or will vmware access the bootcamp version?
If it mergers them together so you only have 1 copy, thats awesome. but ye.
yes, it will boot your bootcamp partition. also if you decide at some point you have no need for the bootcamp partition, VMWare will port it over to a virtual machine and delete the partition and you can just run it out of Fusion.
What?!? How?? I recently got Fusion and wanted to get rid of the bootcamp partition. I was going to reinstall everything. I don't have to?
And, I assume I can rename the virtual machine from "Boot Camp partition" to "Windows XP?"
Well I know have Ubuntu as a virtual machine however i didnt realize how many compatability issues there were. It is difficult to even share documents between the virtual machine and mac.
it could be because for how linux has it's "partition" setup... i know doing mac/windows is super easy, drag and drop type shit.