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Re: [K12OSN] Virtual Machine



well there is vmware..I find it kin d of unhandy ..Matter of fact so far
havnt got much use out of it..It is those pesky windows only appps people
have to have ,but i doubt they could easily manage it in vmware..

> Hello all,
>     This isn't exactly an "on topic" question, but there are so many 
> here so much wiser in the ways of Linux than I, I thought I'd ask.  In 
> the Windows world, one can purchase and install MS Virtual PC (at no 
> small price, I might add) which will allow the creation of Virtual 
> computers within the Windows OS, which can even run Linux quite nicely.  
> Is there a Linux (preferably free) alternative?  I know that Win4Lin is 
> supposed to run Win9X fairly well, but is there a true virtual machine 
> app. that will run Windows NT/2K/XP and give it access to the Linux 
> machines hardware devices?
> 
> -- 
> 
> C-ya,
> Mark
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judgment." --
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