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Subject:Re: Fear and Loathing, Part 2 From:"Deb M." <dm -at- ptrail -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 9 May 2003 13:58:59 -0400
> etc...). A few weeks ago I requested a spare PC so I could do the
> installation. Now it is slowly dawning on me that they have no
> intention of ever providing the hardware. No outright denial; just
> So now I'm off to eBay, to pick up an off-lease Dell. For which I will
> have to eat the cost. Which I don't mind; after all I am a consultant;
> but it's just one more insight into the mind of a manager.
You might want to try out VMWare (http://www.vmware.com/).
You create a virtual machine on your main machine. The VM has it's own IP
address. I used it to create a Win NT 4 AND a Linux box on my Win2000
machine. If you have questions, feel free to e-mail me offline.
I have no affiliation with the company except as a satisfied customer.
The Paper Trail
Technical Documentation http://www.ptrail.com
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