Leopard/Bootcamp and running Rosetta

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Message 49328 - Posted: 2 Dec 2007, 18:27:51 UTC
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Hi,
I\'m upgrading to a Apple Mac Pro MA356LL/A Intel Xeon 5150 2.66GHz with 3gigs ram. Plan on running bootcamp so I can dual boot, and will probably partition for Linux as well if It\'s possible.

I did a site search but couldn\'t find any posts about running Bootcamp/XP Pro and Rosetta on a mac so if anyone has some input I would appreciate it. My Macs that I have running RH don\'t get the credit like my Win boxes, so I\'m thinking about running it on the XP boot.
Waste of time? If so I\'ll run Eisenstein.
Thanks for any input!
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Message 54098 - Posted: 1 Jul 2008, 8:20:12 UTC - in response to Message 49328.  

Hi,
I\'m upgrading to a Apple Mac Pro MA356LL/A Intel Xeon 5150 2.66GHz with 3gigs ram. Plan on running bootcamp so I can dual boot, and will probably partition for Linux as well if It\'s possible.

I did a site search but couldn\'t find any posts about running Bootcamp/XP Pro and Rosetta on a mac so if anyone has some input I would appreciate it. My Macs that I have running RH don\'t get the credit like my Win boxes, so I\'m thinking about running it on the XP boot.
Waste of time? If so I\'ll run Eisenstein.
Thanks for any input!


I have an xp boot on my macbook which I use for work and I crunch there as well, no problems at all.
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