Thanks for your detail info.
--- Matt Paine <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> > That is NOT my venture on this testing. I have been testing KVM,
> > Xen, OpenVZ, etc. before. I can make MS Windows to run on KVM
> > but NOT on the later 2. Is there alternative?
> I use VMWare Server 2. Might not be open sourced but free and works
> well, although the web based interface IMO is no where near as
> version 1. But certainly usable.
I ran VMWare before. It worked for me testing MS Windows OS. Later I
changed back to KVM helping the Open Source community. I don't run MS
Windows OS for production only for testing. Occasionally I run Windows
application also for testing. I install wine and Windows application
on Linux OS running on guest without X. Then I forward X of the host
to the guest to run the application. It is quite convenient. Nowadays
almost >90% of Windows applications have equivalent/replacement on Open
Thanks again for your advice.
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Received on Mon May 11 04:16:25 2009