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Re: [Xen-users] Does Xen fit my needs?

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  • From: "Daniel Savard" <daniel.savard@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 11:39:44 -0500
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I don't want to test a system, I really want to have many guests running at the same time with networking, etc. This is for development and testing a multi-tiers software. However, I don't want to lose my graphics capabilities for this.

Is qemu/kqemu/kvm having the appropriate features for this?


2007/11/29, Javier Guerra <javier@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
On 11/29/07, Daniel Savard <daniel.savard@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> I would like to run multiple guests on my laptop as a laboratory, however at
> the same time, I would not like to lost the 3-D graphical capabilities of my
> graphics adapter for at least one guest.

for testing different systems, qemu/kqemu/kvm is far easier.


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