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Re: [fedora-virt] Fedora And Virtualization



I tested VMPlayer last week on Fedora 11 for evaluation.  When the VMWare software installs it will detect if KVM is installed and will not install if it is.  In otherwords, you can only have one virtual engine installed at a time.
 
PJAL

On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 9:36 AM, Marek Goldmann <marek goldmann gmail com> wrote:
Don't use VMware Server. It's slow and crappy, use KVM or at least VMware ESXi if you have appropriate hardware, of course.

If you still want to use VMware Server, you don't need to install virtualization kernel. Probably you'll need kernel-devel and kernel-headers packages to build VMware modules.

--Marek


On Aug 19, 2009, at 3:22 PM, Gene Poole wrote:

I was told to bring this question here from the Fedora Digest list.

I plan on running VMware Server on my Fedora 11 machine.  This machine is running a quad-core AMD.  Should I install the Virtualization kernel?  What other parameters do I need to turn on?

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