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Re: [vox] Win2000 crashes

I've tried it and it can be done, but I personally do not see the point
(unless you can only have one machine, seeing as I have more hardware
than one can hit with a proverbial stick, I opt for the most preferable
option of one OS per box).  The resource overhead of VMWare and PS is
atrocious, especially with Photoshop 6, where the swap requirements make
a mess of everything.  It seems to handle colours fairly well (but then
again, I was trying this on a GeForce 2). My lone Winbox now handles my
Adobe and odd gaming needs, with Linux for everything else (and one
Sparc 4 just for shits and giggles).


BTW, cool new little home finance app I found this weekend...its called
'Emma'.  Even though its a GTK app it seems to work fantastically.

Yamara wrote:
> On that note, has anyone used VMware to use graphic software like Photoshop
> or Illustrator?  I'm sure it would work, I'm just curious about how it would
> handle the colors.  How many colors does it do?  (I looked at the web site,
> but it wasn't as specific as I'd like in that regard.)
> -Marianne

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