[fedora-india] Re: Virtualization for Beginner

Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay foss.mailinglists at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 08:57:21 UTC 2009

Would the folks like to help out the OP whose mail is quoted below ?

On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 8:00 AM, das <das at randomink.org> wrote:
> Hello Friends
> As a member of a local linux group called GLT, a few different distros
> of GNU-Linux we have to handle. One or two versions of each Fedora,
> Ubuntu, and OpenSuse.
> Earlier, I installed more than one Linux on the HD just for getting
> some suggestion when someone is in problem. Gradually, due to the UUID
> and all this is becoming problemsome. One brute way out is to rewrite
> 'fstab' with device-names in place of UUID-s. But people say these
> days a lot of applications read the UUID-s, so this may get
> problemsome.
> So, after some friends suggested, I now want to go into
> virtualization. And I know nothing. I have a really huge amount of HD
> space, and 4GB memory. And my CPU has the virtualization flags. I am
> myself using Fedora 11 Beta and I want to have virtual installations
> of Ubuntu and OpenSuse on my system.
> Can you people please suggest me from where to start, some good
> documentation, and not too technical. We are a Linux-User group,
> mainly teachers in profession.
> Thanking You
> --
> দাশ das
> http://ddts.randomink.org/


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