VMWare for Mac OS X

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Date: Monday, January 23rd, 2006, 01:17
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vmware-logo.gifThe only PC emulators on the Mac (that I know of) are Microsoft Virtual PC (formerly Connectix Virtual PC), and iEmulator. But what about VMWare?
When I enquired about a Mac OS X version of VMware their sales department replied saying that they “do not provide information in advance of an official press release.”
If you’re interested in such a product I highly suggested that you write an email to sales@vmware.com encouraging them to write a version of VMWare for Mac OS X/Intel.


vmware-logo.gifThe only PC emulators on the Mac (that I know of) are Microsoft Virtual PC (formerly Connectix Virtual PC), and iEmulator. But what about VMWare?
When I enquired about a Mac OS X version of VMware their sales department replied saying that they “do not provide information in advance of an official press release.”
If you’re interested in such a product I highly suggested that you write an email to sales@vmware.com encouraging them to write a version of VMWare for Mac OS X/Intel.

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3 Responses to “VMWare for Mac OS X”

  1. Check two other possibilities on the following sites:
    http://openosx.com/wintel/
    http://www.lismoresystems.com/en/

  2. You might also be interested in signing the PetitionOnline petition that has been set up to request VMware support on OS X.
    http://www.petitiononline.com/vmwarosx/petition.html

  3. I also have separate machines for Linux and Windows, but I’d still like to run them on my Mac. I’ve used VirtualPC – agonizingly slow.
    I ordered the new Mactel notebook the day they were announced and am hoping that either VMWare or VPC will be ported there and will run well.