#21 Win32 Sound, Reset and Network support.


PearPC is great for Windows right now, but if someone
would please implement the following features, I'm sure
everyone would love it more:

-Sound support. None available right now.
-Reset button. I hate having to close the app
everytime the Mac needs to restart.
-Network support (I know you get this alot) for Win32.
-Kind of like VirtualPC, multiple "machines" with their
own separate configurations (ie. One machine for OS X,
one for Linux, one for expiramentation, like users on
OSX or WinXP)
-A faster MMU emulation (I know I shouldn't complain,
but it really is slow. Perhaps it will get to the
stage where I can run iMove under it)
And, finally:
-Right click commands Cntrl+Left mouse click (not sure
if this can be done)

Just a few that would make the program better to work with.


  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    hmmmmmmmm maybe a Mac driver would have to be made to work
    with windows no idea though :P


  • xilef

    xilef - 2004-05-27

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    well atleast one of your desire is fullfiled network now work on

  • DHenson

    DHenson - 2004-06-19

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    I'm thinkin the Virtual PC like thing has been fufilled
    already. Just make new config file for each machine and new
    images for HD, etc. Then just run the ppc.exe in a seperate
    process. Should work like you want I think.

  • Pradeesh

    Pradeesh - 2004-12-20

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    Yeah , looks nice

    There is already sound support (kinda) , you need to apply
    the patch and compile it for yourself.....:D

    Well , most of them are nice feauters , we need to give time
    for the developers to think and write the code...I think
    this all are the "nice" stuff , but not a "must" expect for
    Sound Support....and MMU

  • j8048188

    j8048188 - 2006-07-07

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    at robertmoir.co.uk/virtualization, he tells you how to
    install a tap32 connection to the internet. it works!


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