I have purchased a new Mac Mini with Snow Leopard Server pre installed.
I plan to use many of its services: Web serving, calendar sharing, mail, file sharing, VPN, etc, for up to 10 users. Problem is, being new to networking, I anticipate this to be a trial and error process.
So I have decided to virtualize Snow Leopard Server under VMWare Fusion 3.0 on my (fairly powerful) iMac, first, do all the trial and error, and once I have gotten it right, setting up the Mac Mini properly.
Problem is, despite Fusion 3.0 working very well with Ubuntu, Windows 7, XP, etc.... the VM gives me an error when trying to install from the Snow Leopard Server disk that came with the Mac Mini: "Mac OS/X cannot be installed on this machine", in this case "this machine" of course being the Fusion 3.0 virtual machine (2 gig RAM, 40 gig HD).
Anybody suggest what I am doing wrong? Isn't Leopard Server supposed to be virtualizable on Apple hardware?