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Re: VMWare as a networking alternative



2008/1/22 vamythguy <vamythguy gmail com>:
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> On Jan 22, 2008 1:44 PM, Kenneth Lee <ken lee kennethlee org> wrote:
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> > >I tried that, and both OS's run very very slow.  What's involved in using
> > the b43 drivers?
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> > I'm not sure what you mean - can you provide more detail?
> >
> > Before getting to the wireless network part, I need to understand what
> > is slow.  For this - can you just use a normal wired connection?
> >
> > Assuming you are running a Linux host:
> > Is the host slow?
> > Is it the Win client that is slow?
> > Is it the Linux client that is slow?
> >
> > Thanks, Ken
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> I started an F8 guest OS in vmware running on a vista laptop.  It took
> forever to do anything on either.  If I were to load-up F8 on the laptop and
> virtualize XP, I suspect things would run much better.  I could go wired,
> but really prefer wireless.

What speed is your processor? How much memory does the host and the client have?


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