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On 3/11/06, Thierry de Coulon <tcoulon@...> wrote:
> On Saturday 11 March 2006 17.58, Mark Knecht wrote:
> > Thanks Thierry,
> > I'm looking at what to download right now. Did you use the 2.0
> > release or the 2.1RC?
> > If it works I'll be doing a Win XP install within a chroot already
> > on the machine. We'll see...
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
> The trial download proposed 2.1 Beta 2 and that's what I used. If you
> purchase, you get a 2.0 key (that does not work on 2.1!) but you should get
> the good key soon when they release 2.1
> So I'd test 2.1, as it seems stable - I've got OS72 working with nfs in very
> little time.
> The only thing I could not get to work is the (real) cd rom. Parallels say
> someting about needing rights on the cdrom (chmod a+r) but it does not seem
> to work, anything I try I can only mount an iso file.
> However, given nfs access, it's not a problem, even more as os/2 is installed
> mostly because I have a lot of old files requiring os/2 programs and because
> I was ready to spend $50 to get old feelings back :)
> On gentoo I can use vmware on the rare cases where I have to fire up Windows.
Strange that the download I ended up with (using the emerge
installation files they provide)
seems to be 2.0. None the less the emerge inside of my chroot went
cleanly. I then ran the Parallels-config step and see this message:
Configuring Parallels Workstation 2.0 drivers...
Compiling Parallels Workstation 2.0 drivers...
Drivers have been compiled successfully.
Load Parallels Workstation 2.0 hypervisor ...
insmod: error inserting
'/usr/lib/Parallels/Drivers/Hypervisor/hypervisor.o': -1 Invalid
Can not load hypervisor module.
Configuration completed successfully
Now you can run Parallels Workstation 2.0
Issue "Parallels" command.
lightning portage #
Did you see anything like this?
1) Does it matter?
2) Is it possibly because of my chroot?
I'll comtinue on and see how it goes.
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