[AG-TECH] Getting closer with PIG on Mac
huebert at arsc.edu
Wed Aug 28 17:24:58 CDT 2002
On Wednesday, August 28, 2002, at 01:59 , Darin Oman wrote:
> 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.
My Mac is on OS 10.1.5 and VPC is v5.0 setup with 256mb of ram.
The network settings that I'm using:
Preferences|Virtual Switch is set to 'default'
Under Edit|Settings...|Networking|Virtual Switch I have 'Enable
networking' checked with 'Virtual Switch' selected.
Also, my mac is using wired ethernet on a multicast-enable connection.
> 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.
>> 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?
>>> Darin Oman
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