Wine vs. VMWare (Was: Wine: MS Money 2004 + IE6)
Joel Bryan Juliano
joelbryan.juliano at gmail.com
Mon Jun 12 13:09:52 UTC 2006
The problem with VMWare is it consumes alot of read cycles because it
emulates the entire PC hardware.
But you can also drag-n-drop within the host and the guest. The good side
with it is it's easy to install and impliment.
QEMU seems a bit faster than VMware, a bad side of it is it's hard to
configure, but once it's installed, it's fast and responsive.
Bosch is the worst performer, it's not as responsive as the two, but a good
side of it is on the low-level software development side. And with great
potential to be used as a embedded software tool.
On 6/12/06, Dick Davies <rasputnik at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/06/06, Thiers Botelho <thiersb at gmail.com> wrote:
> > When you speak of dnd you mean Dungeons & Dragons, right ? I don't
> > think it'd be Department of National Defense . . . ;)
> I think he means 'drag n drop' :)
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gawk; grep; unzip; touch; strip; init, uncompress, gasp; finger; find,
route, whereis, which, mount; fsck; nice, more; yes; gasp; warnquota,
umount; head, halt, renice, restore, touch, whereis, which, route, mount,
more, yes, gasp, umount, expand, ping, bashbug, dump, make clean; sleep
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