Dolphin Imaging workstations and standalone stations can now run on recent model Macs, using either free Apple Boot Camp software, or Parallels software from Parallels Inc. OS X VNC remote control software is also required. The Dolphin Development Team still recommends using a PC as your server
Boot Camp. Boot Camp is free software from Apple that allows dual booting of Mac OS X and Windows XP SP2. Only one operating system can be run at a given time. Visit http://www.apple.com/macosx/bootcamp/ for further details.
Parallels Desktop. Parallels Desktop is Virtual Machine Software from Parallels, Inc. It runs a virtualized Windows operating system simultaneously with your native Macintosh operating system. Visit http://www.parallels.com/en/products/desktop/ for further details.
OS X VNC Software. OS X VNC is remote control software that lets our tech support staff access and work inside your computer when you need technical assistance. Visit http://www.redstonesoftware.com/products/vine/server/vineosx/index.html to learn more about this technology.
VMWare. VMWare is Virtual Machine Software that can runs a virtualized Windows operating system simultaneously with your native Macintosh operating system. Visit http://www.vmware.com/ for further details.
Hardware and software requirements for running Dolphin on a Mac:
Intel-based Macintosh Computer
OS X 10.4.6 software or better
Parallels Desktop and/or Apple Boot Camp
Licensed retail copy of Windows XP Pro with SP3
OS X VNC Remote Control Software
Broadband Internet connection
Intel-based Macintosh Computers:
The Mac Mini
The MacBook Pro
NOTE: High Resolution Dolphin 3D rendering is NOT available for the following models:
standard 20-inch iMac