johndecarlo at gmail.com
Sun Nov 4 23:13:13 UTC 2007
And here is my take:
If you want to have a nice, interactive VM with all the bells and whistles,
use the VMPlayer 2.0 version. You can do 3D, USB, shared folders, etc. But
you can't create any new VMs with it.
If you are like me, and have a requirement to run Windows for work or
something, but want to run Linux the rest of the time, using the free (as in
beer) VMWare Converter and then running that VM with VMPlayer 2.0.
Bart summarized good things about servers.
John DeCarlo, My Views Are My Own
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