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Some years ago did someone in Japan apparently with reliable result run one standard version in one Virtual PC environment and FMS in another. Today could this apparently be used with much faster response:

http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/

...in an Intel dualcore, perhaps you should even split the win/linux part of it with this:

http://www.vmware.com/

--sd

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Some years ago did someone in Japan apparently with reliable result run one standard version in one Virtual PC environment and FMS in another. Today could this apparently be used with much faster response:

http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/

...in an Intel dualcore, perhaps you should even split the win/linux part of it with this:

http://www.vmware.com/

--sd

The problem is that FMS will not yet run on a Intel Mac.

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The problem is that FMS will not yet run on a Intel Mac.

But if you run a falvour of windows on it, the tools I suggested makes you run a Windows environment in parallel with the mac OS. FMS is pretty dull interface wise anyway!

Take a look here: http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/

I know that VM-ware might be considering, or rather a lot of debate on thier site's about a request running several Mac environments in parallel. I did also hear at devcon that the engineers prefered that you run server on windows instead of a stack of mac mini's - what I can't tell is how biased this point of view was ...but it could have something to do with the workload the hotline recieves?

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Not at the same time and not if you value your files' integrity.

I have received conflicting information regarding the ability to do this. Some people say yes, some say no.

Are there known problems?

What risk is there to file integrity?

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