[fedora-india] Re: Virtualization for Beginner
thinklinux.ssh at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 09:10:43 UTC 2009
>> 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.
The default vitualisation supported by Fedora is KVM.
A good way to get your hand dirty will be installing virt-manager
and try to build one or two virtulised environment.
A good article is here
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