KVM vs XEN vs VMware
henning_sprang at gmx.de
Thu May 3 17:29:38 UTC 2007
> > vmx is listed under the flags does this means my cpu supports VT?
> This means you are able to run unmodified operating system as guests.
> You may use KVM or Xen.
Not always. Some mainboards don't work well with Xen HVM, and probably
also with KVM, even if you have the correct CPU.
But he can try the xenoppix live cd to see if hvm domains can be
started on your hardware before fiddling with installing and running
For KVM, you can try it from the grml live cd.
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