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-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Perrin [mailto:aperrin@socrates.berkeley.edu]
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2001 3:19 PM
To: Jonathan Gift
Cc: Andrew Perrin; Debian
Subject: Re: Comments VMWare?

I don't actually know about file sizes, and I don't have an installation
currently - sorry. When last I worked with VMWare, the free downloads were
time-limited. But again, that's been a while.

Andrew J Perrin - Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley, Dept. of Sociology
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - http://demog.berkeley.edu/~aperrin
        aperrin@socrates.berkeley.edu - aperrin@igc.apc.org

On Thu, 1 Mar 2001, Jonathan Gift wrote:

> Andrew Perrin wrote:
> > There should be no problem with 32-bit apps, since VMWare reproduces an
> > entire x86 *machine* on which you load whatever you want (windows,
> > DOS, etc.).  I think you can either use an existing filesystem or it
> > generate a huge file that contains the entire windows filesystem.
> Great. Thanks for the help. Given I load Windows, which is coming in now
> at 300MB plus, what space does VMware itself take up?
> Alos, I've seen downloads available. are they limited time/feature
> demos?
> Thanks,
> Jonathan
> --
> /* Jonathan Gift
> jgift@wanadoo.fr */

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