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    Default Boot vmware Tiger-x86 image nativly

    Hey. I got the tiger-x86 image and i can use it in vmware but it is slow. I want to write it to a partition and boot nativly. But how can I do that?
    Please help.
    Love from Copenhagen
    Lise Bondersen



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    I cant help with your problem at all, but I am wondering where you got that image from! I have been looking unsuccessfully for a few days!
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