[AG-TECH] Getting closer with PIG on Mac

Darin Oman darin at ucar.edu
Wed Aug 28 16:59:52 CDT 2002

Hi Bob,

Interesting... I had a feeling that performance wouldn't be optimal, but 
wouldn't it be cool to demo the AG on an iMac wide-screen?

I must admit it's a little frustrating knowing you were able to get it 
to work as easily as I expected to.  :-)

Yep, I'm able to use the win2k browser. The mud also seems fine. I tried 
messing with vpc network settings - switching on, sharing on, etc. - 
with no luck. So you just installed it and away it went? What are your 
network settings? What version of VPC are you using (have you installed 
the 5.0.4 update)? Also, what Mac OS are you running? I tried on OSX. I 
suppose I could try 9.1.

Thanks again,

Bob Huebert wrote:

> Hi Darin,
>   I just gave your scenario a shot on my g4 powerbook w/ vpc win2k and 
> found that it did start up ok, but performance issues made at least 
> the video portion unusable.
>   Are you able to use your browser from win2k? I know that handling 
> network connections through vpc have caused some goofiness for me in 
> the past.
> -bob
> On Wednesday, August 28, 2002, at 10:29 , Darin Oman wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I have Windows 2000 with service pack 2 running under Virtual PC on a 
>> Mac G4. I installed the PIG software without problems, but when I run 
>> it, the Event Server status stops at "configuring" and I can't get a 
>> heartbeat anywhere. I can log into the venues and the mud seems fine. 
>> Anybody have any ideas or pieces of ideas that might help?
>> Thanks,
>> Darin Oman

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