Win max patches on mac ?


    Oct 16 2007 | 8:39 pm
    Hi list...
    Can anyone share some experience on using win xp patches on a mac? What I really want to know is if I'll be able to use the patches I've done for the last 3 years using Win Xp in a mac book pro that I am planning to buy it for xmas because I was a good boy this year. I understand I could not do the other way around beacause we have loads of externals for mac only... but is it true that I will have a lot of trouble to get them working on a mac? While I am here... another quick question.... can I run a stand alone application in Win done by a mac?

    • Oct 16 2007 | 9:00 pm
    • Oct 16 2007 | 9:31 pm
      Santa is going to give you a Mac at xmas???
      Are you sure that you was a good boy this year? ;)
      don't want to start a war!!! it's just a joke!
    • Oct 16 2007 | 9:54 pm
      Hi Julien. Thanks for your reply.. As I thought, even if I have to change the patch in some ways I should be able to get them working.... my main concern is to create exe's to be run in xp, as I am working on a project to be used by xp maniacs.... Should I stick with the common xp/mac externals and objects to avoid problems on the exe's?
      Well Rui.... taking previous years as example....this year I was a very very good boy... heheheh
      thanks guys...
    • Oct 17 2007 | 8:59 am
      max/msp/jitter patches that i've compiled to runtime versions have run fine from mac to xp and vice versa. although I don't remember the extent of third party externals that i've used, i'm sure that a quick glance of the section of the manual that covers this topic would provide the necessary information.
      in reply to bootcamp... VMware http://info.vmware.com/content/GLP_VMwareWkstn3c?urlcode=AMER_Google_Hero_VirtualMachine&src=PaidSearch_07Q3_VMW_Google_AMER_Google_Hero_VirtualMachine&ossrc=PaidSearch_07Q3_VMW_Google_AMER_Google_Hero_VirtualMachine&gclid=CNz825DHlY8CFRcbWAodWE2BeQ (i hope that links) functions smoothly on a mac and cost $80. This allows you to run mac and windows (and linux) apps. simultaneously and from what i've seen is very stable.
      congrats on the mac
      Benjamin
    • Oct 17 2007 | 10:06 am
      Hi Benjamin,
      Thanks very much for your reply... thats what I wanted to hear... heheh
      Regards
    • Oct 18 2007 | 12:54 am
      On 18 oct. 07, at 07:22, jln wrote:
      > Can you run Max on VMware (I mean, not only compiled apps) ? I > remember that Pace system did not work with Parallel for example (I > didn't check if that's still true, though). Is it the case with > VMware ?
      Yep. You need to reboot and use bootcamp. Or use the Max Runtime or a standalone or your own.
      ej
    • Oct 18 2007 | 1:09 am
    • Oct 18 2007 | 7:55 am
      hi
      i don't know Macvery well, but on PC you can boot from an external drive like usb pen or HDD.
      can you install windows in a 2gb pen and when you need to use windows you put the pen and rebbot.
      this will not cust disk space and let you use windows. (if windows fits on a 2gb pen).