"HKarsten" <nomail@nomail> wrote:
> Hi jr, :)
> If I would have a system, small enough, this would be an option.
> Several times I tried to virtualized my System. Sometimes the drivers are poor
> and my 3D-Programms, like 3DS-Max, or Maya does not run properly or other
> things happened.
persist. ;-) VmWare definitely, and VirtualBox etc likely too, "can do".
> And I still didn't find a host-system, small enough for not being in the way.
> So: as long as my System can run natively, it turned out to be the best way.
> BTW: my 2003 is a pure offline System. It never was connected to the internet
> for even a fragment of a second, and it never will be.
good policy. even for current systems, in some cases.
> For being connected, I an using Puppy-linux:
> Its running from RAM, so if it's going to be compromised, next time booting it
> has forgotten all about it.
yes, I like (the development of) "live" distributions, they all share that
> For my 3D-Printer the sclicer is not running on XP for example, and I have to
> use my Linux for it. It's pain in the as to do a reboot just for slicing!
> Having a PovRay as plain-static cygwin-exe would be the much nicer way, instead
> of rebooting the machine.
I probably misunderstand, but why then not compile that "slicer" (and or povray)
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