[aprssig] Replacement for UI-View any one
ko6th_greg at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 23 21:25:16 CST 2010
Ah, sorry. I didn't understand your question.
Unfortunately, I'm not a torrent user, so I can't advise you. Hopefully by now things have worked themselves out.
> Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 07:04:33 -0500
> From: ldeffenb at homeside.to
> To: aprssig at tapr.org
> Subject: Re: [aprssig] Replacement for UI-View any one
> Greg D. wrote:
> > VMWare is a virtual machine environment; the "player" program is a
> > free download from http://www.vmware.com/products/player. You can't
> > create virtual machines with it, but you can run ("play") machines
> > that others have made. So, someone packaged up a Linux virtual
> > machine, complete with a copy of Xastir. You fire up vmware on your
> > Windows machine, and then load the Xastir/Linux machine inside there,
> > where it runs as if it was running native on its own PC. Really quite
> > clever.
> > I actually do the reverse... on my Linux PC I have a little virtual
> > machine where I run Windows, for those few things that can only run
> > there. Works out great.
> > Anyway, for a link, I'd start with the Windows link you referenced
> > from the Xastir site.
> Thanks for the information but I already know and use VMWare
> Workstation. With that, I CAN create my own VMs. My question was very
> forcused and directed as I already chased the Windows links, over to the
> BitTorrent Tracker, but NONE of the .torrents being tracked there
> mention anything about BEING a VMWare image. I was trying to save my
> bandwidth (and others doing the same thing) by asking if someone could
> clarify which of the .torrents was the advertised image rather than just
> downloading everything that isn't obviously a map set just to find the
> needle in the haystack.
> So, can you tell me which one IS the actual image, or do I have to wait
> for my .torrent downloads to finish (yes, I queued up all of the non-map
> .torrents) to find out for myself.
> Lynn (D) - KJ4ERJ
> PS. Ok, the needle in a haystack was an exaggeration, but if you (or
> anyone else) want someone to try something, please consider making it
> obvious and not just throwing out "it exists, see if you can find it".
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