hardy, vmware

Girard Henri girardhenri at free.fr
Mon Jul 28 19:16:17 BST 2008

I can't answer all your questions...
I am on hardy aspire coreduo and xpress1200 and i can't install vmware :)
That's why i turn to another virtualbox.
USB works fine after a little "hack" on ubuntu doc
with xp it"s very speedy 
For other answers I don't know as I haven't any appliances
Problem with vmware it's very heavy 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Willy Hamra 
  To: Kubuntu Help and User Discussions 
  Sent: Monday, July 28, 2008 7:07 PM
  Subject: Re: hardy, vmware

  2008/7/28 Girard Henri <girardhenri at free.fr>

    did you try virtualbox ?
    I think it's much better and lighter :)

    Le lundi 28 juillet 2008 à 10:50 -0600, D. R. Evans a écrit :

    > Found the fix:
    > http://blog.fekw.de/2008/05/30/kubuntu-804-64bit-essential-apps-install-guide/5/
    >   Doc
    > --
    > Web:  http://www.sff.net/people/N7DR

  no one seems to give me a definite answer about this, is vmware any better than the free alternatives available? i've heard some people complain about USB support, which isn't a problem since i rarely use USB in my virtual machines, but what about stability? vmware never crashed or did anything funny with me, on windows and linux, not a single problem with network even after kernel updates. i want to also ask about compatibility, are vmware's virtual machines compatible with virtualbox? and vice-versa?
  thanks in advance

  Willy K. Hamra
  Manager of Hamra Information Systems
  Co. Manager of Zeina Computers and Billy Net.


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