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Yep, Reaper is the only reason I dual-boot.=A0 It's the best recording =0As=
oftware I've ever used.=A0 Too bad it doesn't work too well under wine =0Af=
or me.=A0 Has anyone used Reaper under VirtualBox or VMWare?
--- On Thu, 10/21/10, Tobiah wrote:
Subject: Re: [LAU] Linux/Windows dichotomy
Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010, 10:57 AM
> Cool idea, though I would have run the Windoze in the VM box, and had a r=
eal operating system running on the hardware. But yeah, virtualization is a=
LOT more convenient than dual boot for those who need multiple OSen.
I need=0A non-jack support for my Audiofire8 and MIDI input needs to
go to Finale.=A0 I want Reaper and my games to run on the hardware.
I'd love to ditch Windows like most of you, but the things that
keep me anchored to it are things that I can pass to the Linux
virtual machine much easier than I can the other way around.
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