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Re: OSX virtualbox 3 beta still dumps core on NetBSD 5.0 release .iso
On 22/06/2009, at 3:16 AM, Greg A. Woods wrote:
At Sat, 20 Jun 2009 11:30:26 +0100, "Liam J. Foy" <liamjfoy%googlemail.com@localhost
And Parallels doesn't like NetBSD either.
Parallels Desktop 4.0, and whatever recent 3.0 versions were available
for the year or so before the 4.0 release, are perfectly happy with
NetBSD-1.6.x and NetBSD-4.x at least, on a MacBook with Intel Core 2
Duo, that is. I haven't had any trouble booting anything I've tried,
though I think the only network access I've actually used for more
a test ping would have been with a NetBSD Live CD.
I think you're kinda both right. Parallels 3 worked ok-ish with a hack
on the boot time fixups, or ACPI disabled. It even worked with
bootcamp real disk.
Parallels 4 works ok with VM disk, not with bootcamp, and doesn't need
hacks to the boot fixups, but it doesn't like ACPI or SMP for me.
But, Parallels *does* work with NetBSD 5 and Current.
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