Comments on: Still Thinking About It: Can You Mount A Lion Virtually? http://www.musingsfrommars.org/2012/09/still-thinking-about-it-can-you-mount-a-lion-virtually.html I've been observing personal computing behavior for a long time, and now I have some things to say. Here are my two cents about computing, music, software, and related topics. Sat, 23 Feb 2019 04:59:11 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7.1 hourly 1 By: Musings from Mars » Trying To Tame Mountain Lion Without A Hat http://www.musingsfrommars.org/2012/09/still-thinking-about-it-can-you-mount-a-lion-virtually.html#comment-2519 Musings from Mars » Trying To Tame Mountain Lion Without A Hat Sat, 29 Dec 2012 20:20:02 +0000 http://www.musingsfrommars.org/2012/09/still-thinking-about-it-can-you-mount-a-lion-virtually.html#comment-2519 [...] my angst about whether I should migrate my computing life to Mountain Lion? Well, that story's now over, and Mountain Lion has won. Mounting A Lion VirtuallyMore on that in a [...] [...] my angst about whether I should migrate my computing life to Mountain Lion? Well, that story’s now over, and Mountain Lion has won. Mounting A Lion VirtuallyMore on that in a [...]

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By: Oliver http://www.musingsfrommars.org/2012/09/still-thinking-about-it-can-you-mount-a-lion-virtually.html#comment-2517 Oliver Fri, 09 Nov 2012 16:53:58 +0000 http://www.musingsfrommars.org/2012/09/still-thinking-about-it-can-you-mount-a-lion-virtually.html#comment-2517 I have Parallels, but it can only run virtual Windows Systems on it. You could do the same as i did: i divided my Hard Disk into two partitions. Lion is on one, Snow Leo on the other system. A virtual solution is a temporary solution with it´s own problems. I don´t know if this would be a good laboratory for you to verify bugs and functions. I don´t know a single person, who runs a Mac virtually on a Mac - for good reason. Why on earth....... And in case it works: wouldn´t you create a somehow imitately sorrounding, which is different from the one of your customers? A virtual system does not have the same capabilities like the firm installation. It behaves different. But you are the expert.... By the way: i bought CCL two years ago. I really got pissed, because of all the fucking incompabilities. Most of my applications didn´t run properly. I stepped off with Version 2.5.x. Yesterday i gave it another try. I am now on 10.7.5 and your app had enough time to grow...... And what should i say? Congratulations. Hats off !! No problems so far. I´ll stay with it....already made my own theme. That´s nice. Thanks for your work. I have Parallels, but it can only run virtual Windows Systems on it.
You could do the same as i did: i divided my Hard Disk into two partitions.
Lion is on one, Snow Leo on the other system.
A virtual solution is a temporary solution with it´s own problems.
I don´t know if this would be a good laboratory for you to verify bugs and functions. I don´t know a single person, who runs a Mac virtually on a Mac - for good reason. Why on earth…….

And in case it works: wouldn´t you create a somehow imitately sorrounding, which is different from the one of your customers?

A virtual system does not have the same capabilities like the firm installation.
It behaves different. But you are the expert….

By the way: i bought CCL two years ago. I really got pissed, because of all the fucking incompabilities. Most of my applications didn´t run properly. I stepped off with Version 2.5.x. Yesterday i gave it another try.
I am now on 10.7.5 and your app had enough time to grow……
And what should i say? Congratulations.
Hats off !! No problems so far. I´ll stay with it….already made my own theme.
That´s nice. Thanks for your work.

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