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[News] Proprietary VMware Software Runs GNU/Linux Decently

  • Subject: [News] Proprietary VMware Software Runs GNU/Linux Decently
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2010 00:32:56 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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VMware Workstation in Linux - Fantastic! 

,----[ Quote ]
| VMware Workstation is supreme. There's no 
| other way to describe it. Everything worked 
| great, without a single error. The 
| installation setup was flawless. The usage was 
| flawless. I dabbled with all sorts of 
| features, including the less trivial use of an 
| external USB device formatted with NTFS as 
| storage, shared the machine peripherals and 
| had graphical effects enabled in guest 
| machines.



VMware vs. Red Hat: The Next Virtual Machine Management Battleground

,----[ Quote ]
| Red Hat is making plans to beef up its
| virtualization management software so it
| can compete with VMware on a more equal
| footing in the future.
| The Raleigh, N.C. based Linux vendor
| launched its Red Hat Enterprise
| Virtualization for Servers (RHEV) bare-
| metal hypervisor solution in November last
| year, two months after the launch of Red
| Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5.4 â with-KVM-
| based virtualization built-in. RHEV is made
| up of two components: the KVM-based
| hypervisor itself, which is essentially a
| stripped down RHEL kernel, and RHEV Manager
| for Servers, a Windows Server 2003-based
| virtualization management system that gives
| administrators control of virtual machines
| running on the RHEV hypervisor or RHEL-
| with-KVM hosts, and the hosts themselves.

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