alex.katebi at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 12:35:13 UTC 2008
Yes I did check couple of D630 from friends and the BIOS POST has the
Thanks to everyone for helping out. I want to install Fedora on it as the
Host OS, then run Fedora & Windows as guests OS. Has anyone done this?
On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 5:05 PM, Christopher A. Williams <
chriswfedora at cawllc.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-07-21 at 17:00 -0400, Alex Katebi wrote:
> > On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 9:37 AM, Christopher A. Williams
> > <chriswfedora at cawllc.com> wrote:
> > On Sun, 2008-07-20 at 08:15 -0400, Alex Katebi wrote:
> > > Hi All,
> > >
> > > I can not find laptop or desktop hardware that supports
> > KVM
> > > Virtualization (Intel-VT or AMD-V).
> > > I like Dell laptops but there is no information regarding
> > hardware
> > > assisted virtualization (Hypervisor).
> > > Can I get some recommendation?
> > Actually this isn't as hard as it sounds if you're looking to
> > buy a
> > *new* laptop. Pretty much anything out there today supports
> > Intel VT /
> > AMD-V now. The main thing you'll need to make sure of is that
> > you have
> > enabled this in the BIOS. There are quite a few systems that
> > still ship
> > with this feature disabled for some reason.
> > Hi Chris,
> > Actually I prefer to buy a used Dell Latitude D630 or maybe an XPS
> > M1530 from Ebay. Dual Core 2.0 or better. Is the CPU VT and BIOS
> > supports the VT for these models?
> Someone already answered this, but yes, most all dual-core Intel
> processors should be OK. The challenge is going to be making sure you
> have VT enabled in BIOS. That can be an interesting mystery to solve
> with Dell systems.
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