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Re: Virtual machine software for Fedora testing?



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Among the suggestions provided for VMs in Fedora: qemu, xen, vmware and
linux-vserver, is there any clear preference in terms of ease of use and
integration into the distro? Since xen is the only one that is actually
part of Fedora I'd like to assume that there's some quantitative
advantage to it over the alternatives. Is this not the case?

I guess my question could be rephrased: If xen comes with Fedora is
there a reason for someone who wants to run virtual test systems in
Fedora to use anything else?

- --Brad

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