[Ubuntu-US-PA] Running VMs

Bret Fledderjohn freelancer317 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 25 03:09:44 GMT 2010


On Wednesday, November 24, 2010, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal-pc.org> wrote:
> I need to set up a psudo ctrix server.  I need to run a handful of
> various desktops (XP, Vista, W7, Hackentosh, FreeBSD) in VMs that
> various people can remotely connect to.  Up to know, I have mainly used
> QEMU, as it was totally portable, but it does not work as a "desktop
> server" very well.
> I am thinking KVM with the virtual nics in bridge mode, but I have heard
> it is not a good "desktop" solution.  Has anyone done anything like
Jim Capp, owner of Antiel, a Harrisburg based open source shop works
with KVM quite a bit.  He indicated that KVM would be a good solution.
I am copying him on this email, If you like, I am sure he could answer
questions for you.
Jcapp at Antiel dot com is how you can get in touch with him.
> this?  Any ideas?
>                         Lee
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- Bret
"Why should I fret in microcosmic bonds
That chafe the spirit, and the mind repress,
When through the clouds gleam beckoning beyonds
Where shining vistas mock man's littleness?"
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