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Re: all the possibilities for emulation/virtualization under fedora?

You can also add these chaps http://openvz.org/ . I've been using a
mixture of Xen and OpenVZ in production and at home. I know that
there's Rusty Russels's lguest but I don't actually know of any one
that has tried it ;-)

 On Sat, 19 Jan 2008
14:14:11 +0100 "Erik P. Olsen" <erik epo dk> wrote:

> Robert P. J. Day wrote:
> >   for the sake of a presentation i'm giving, i want to list all of
> > the options for emulation and virtualization under fedora.  i won't
> > be explaining them all in horrendous detail (it's only an hour),
> > but i at least want to hit the high points, so i'm just trying to
> > create a list -- stuff like QEMU, VirtualBox, VMwarePlayer,
> > JumpBox, KVM, Xen ... and on and on.
> > 
> >   what's worth having on that list?  after it's all over, i'll post
> > a summary (and perhaps a few simple recipes) to the wiki.  thanks.
> > 
> I have the need to run the ancient OS/2 system once or twice a year
> due to business obligations and for that purpose I have such a system
> installed. It would be nice to have a virtual machine for that
> purpose but I haven't been able to find one which would do the job.
> VMware specifically states that they do not support it and VirtualBox
> (Innotek) requires cpus with AMD-V or similar support.
> Please if possible include such guest system limitations/requirements
> in the wiki.


John Maclean
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