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Re: [libvirt] your patence is appreciated



On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 09:46:37AM -0400, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
> I really hate being a bit of a PITA with all of my question/comments, but I am 
> just trying to use Fedora virtualization in a manner where I can reasonably 
> manage the configuration.  
> 
> I suspect I am not the first ex-VMware user and I will not be the last such 
> user who is trying to use Fedora virtualization in place of VMware.  I am very 
> familiar with how guests are "managed" with VMware.

  Okay, good to know !

> I want Fedora (and Linux) virtualization to be a good product.  Your patience 
> is appreciated!

  Good to know too, libvirt/virt-manager is present in various place and
with different capabilities, so one of the big difference w.r.t. VMWare
is that there is many variations, in a large part depending on your
setup, hence my initial answer.

Daniel

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