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 From:  podperson
2816.5 
Hi Michael -- thanks for replying. I worked that out for myself (see my edits, above).

I can verify however that MoI3D works flawlessly (so far as I can tell) under VMWare 2.x / Windows XP Professional.
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 From:  Mark Brown (MABROWN)
2816.6 In reply to 2816.5 
Interesting that you got it to work in VMWare.

I have been trying several ways to get MoI to work on an Aspire One netbook (Linpus Linux = Fedora 8 more or less) without success.

I tried VirtualBox which did not work (forum message here: http://moi3d.com/forum/messages.php?webtag=MOI&msg=2795.1 )

I was going to try Xen but I don't believe the Atom CPU is up to it from what I have read.

I tried Wine (1.1.9 from memory) and tried using genuine DirectX dlls and some other things. No joy.

I tried to get VMWare player installed but there are known issues with Fedora which require a patch. The patch did not work on the Aspire One :(

I'm next going to try installing XP to a USB stick and run from there.

Well done getting it to work with VMWare. What Linux, machine specs etc are you running?

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 From:  podperson
2816.7 In reply to 2816.6 
I'm running OS X 10.5.8 ;-) VMWare Fusion -- I don't know if VMWare Fusion is more advanced than the equivalent under Linux (it may have advantages owing to Mac driver support).
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 From:  Mark Brown (MABROWN)
2816.8 In reply to 2816.7 
Ah, of course, you said you were on a Mac.

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