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I was talking with someone from Enterprise Sales who said this was only supported on Apple Hardware. This is frankly pathetic on an enterprise front. On our ESX hardware we run Windows Server, Windows Desktop, Unix and Linux boxes. It allows true cloud type functionality - we don't care what the underlying hardware is and have the ability to dynamically ...


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I do not recommend updating to Yosemite with VMWare Fusion 6 unless you have received an update stating that it has been fixed. Otherwise you might have to upgrade to 7 as I know it works with Yosemite and has support as well. Also you might want to try contacting VMWare or you can try finding your query in the knowledge base for more info... Support Link ...


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I will presume that you're using emacs in the console on FreeBSD inside VMWare on Windows 7 running on a MacBook. Try using a system-provided keymap designed for emacs. kbdcontrol -l /usr/share/syscons/keymaps/us.emacs.kbd If that doesn't work (or if that file doesn't exist), you can try making a custom keymap. See the emacs wiki page about the meta key ...


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I've found three conceptual hurdles that one needs to understand for any of this to make sense. Keyboard and Mouse Profiles For starters, it should be made clear that in VMWare Fusion's application preferences, you edit settings for a keyboard and mouse profile, but these settings do not necessarily apply to your current virtual machine! Your VM is ...


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Sadly it didn't go through. I left it on download while changed in App Store preferences not to install system file etc.. Download completed, installation proceeded on itself again and installer stuck at 9 min remaining showing in App Store purchases. Like before, the X icon in Applications folder is 168KB only. I found some stuff downloaded at a ...


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1- To your first question (automatic Install) Open App Store in your System Preferences and choose the correct settings there. (as shown) 2- To your second question (how to get 10.9.5 Installer package) Just click on the Mavericks download in App Store and you will get this: Click Continue and you will have a Mavericks Installer package on you ...


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Just upgrade as normal. Then if you need to do a clean install, use the recovery partition. Or is there something else you are after?



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