Tue Feb 22 16:05:45 PST 2005
Aaron Sherman wrote:
>On Tue, 2005-02-22 at 18:32, Mike MacCana wrote:
>>Actually, the one thing I don't like about virtualization is VMWare. A
>>great app, but only necessary because Windows isn't ported to any kind
>eh? What does "ported to any kind of VM" mean?
Ported natively a VM or OS userspace. Not using the existing x86 port on
a virtual processor.
Like Linux has been, to Xen, UML, Windows userspace, etc.
>VMWare is often used to
>run Linux or other operating systems under Windows
Sure. But you can also just run Linux as an app under Windows. Without
needing VMWare, and the overhead involved.
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