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Old 03-22-2016, 07:30 AM   #1
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May I please call your attention to my post about VMWare on the "server" forum?


I just posted a rather lengthy and, to me, quite urgent question over here, post#5519655, on the "Server" forum, to which I would like to also call your attention "over here." (And if the Mods feel that it would be better if it were "over here," may they kindly work their magick to that effect...) Thank you.
 
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As I just also said on the other thread, I am marking this as [SOLVED] because the real problem here is that "VMWare Fusion non-Pro" is a brain-dead horse. It doesn't have(!) many of the fundamental features that you need ... such as specifying the IP-address of a network adapter such that the host will create a route for it.

VMWare wants you to pay them more money.

Oracle's VirtualBox, which BTW does not cost any money at all, does not.
 
  


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