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Re: kvm?



2008/9/25 Neal Becker <ndbecker2 gmail com>:
> I've been using virtualbox, and it's pretty nice.  I'm wondering if any of the more open virtualization efforts have progressed to the point that I'd want to try replacing virtualbox.  What I'm interested in is:
>
> 1) Able to run windoze/linux guest on linux x86_64 host
> 2) good performance (on modern hardware)
> 3) Decent gui
>
> Last I checked, #3 was not there.  Virtualbox has a good gui for managing machines.
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There's a "Virtual Machine Manager" in F9 under Application -> System
Tools. From there, you can create, manage, and delete VMs using a GUI
( just like you would in VirtualBox ), but in kvm / qemu's cae, you
can run 64-bit guests which VB cannot do yet ( when host OS is Linux
or Windows even host is 64-bit )


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