sysherm
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Contributor

"this will be an exception in applications linked on Leopard"

I recently upgraded to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard (actually I did a clean install), and each time I start VMWare Fusion 1.0 (51348), I get a bunch of messages like this:

11/6/07 8:53:24 AM vmware[993] *** -[NSCFDictionary objectsForKeys:notFoundMarker:]: marker is nil - this will be an exception in applications linked on Leopard.

Fusion seems to start OK, and my guest (WinXP patched to current levels) seems to run OK. Any ideas?

Herman

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admin
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Sounds vaguely like , except you say yours works. FYI, 1.0 does not support Leopard as a host, 1.1 does.

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sysherm
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I wondered if the released version Fusion (1.0) was supported on Leopard yet,but I couldn't actually find that documented anywhere. I could try the 1.1 beta, but version 1.0 does seem to work, and that other note indicated that 1.1 hangs. I was just curious about that error message, and VMWare's plans.

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bgertzfield
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This is fixed for VMware Fusion 1.1.