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Your router is not responsible to route packets from 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.56.0, but the VM host is. You have to keep the static route 192.168.56.0 -> 192.168.0.2 on the router though. I don't know what's the purpose of the second route 192.168.57.0 -> 192.168.0.2 - probably a second NAT adapter on the host. To reach your VM from other OS X devices in ...


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GrandPerspective is very usefull to check your disk usage, your gonna be able to see what is taking space and where it is . it is a opensource project available on sourceforge.


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In my case it was iCloud synced photos from Photostream. Even though I had since turned Photostream off in iCloud preferences and my iPhoto library was being stored on an external hard drive there was over 80GB of space being taken up in my internal hard drive by old synced photos. This was on my mid-2007 Mac Mini running OS X 10.7 Lion, by the way. More ...


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The key combination ctrlcmdD is a system wide shortcut to show or hide the definition of a selected word/words. This even works in VMware. As a last resort the definition of the name of your virtual machine will be shown. To disable the shortcut, open Terminal and enter: defaults write com.apple.symbolichotkeys AppleSymbolicHotKeys -dict-add 70 ...


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There are two problems here. 1) The main one is VMWare Fusion and similar are virtualisation machines that means they run code using the same instruction set as the processor. So the PPC code will not run in Fusion as the processor used is Intel. 2) I think that you can only run 10.6 or higher in a virtual machine. However you can run some PPC code under ...


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for about $20 USD you can buy Mac OS X 10.6 Server from Apple. I did so just the other day ordering by phone. This version of OS X IS allowed to be run as a Virtual Machine as long as the host is Apple hardware. So this will allow you, for example, to run 10.6 in a virtual machine on a modern iMac running Mac OSX 10.11.



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