Virtual Machine Vs Separate Partition

Earl Violet ejviolet at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 28 14:55:38 UTC 2007


--- Matthew Flaschen <matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu> wrote:

> Scott wrote:
> > So, for testing out new OS's and for the couple things I need
> from win a 
> > VM is good, but for testing new releases of Kubuntu I should use
> a 
> > different partition?
> 
> If you want to be sure all your real hardware works fully.  But if
> you
> just want to try out some applications, the VM will work.
> 
If I remember correctly, when I used VirtualBox with Win 2K, I had
problem with sound and USB devices.  I really liked the idea though
of being able to do a quick windows thing without having to reboot
twice.

Earl




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