Tag: virtual machines

KVM Virtualization

Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a popular virtualization solution supported by modern Linux kernels. It takes advantage of the CPU support for virtualization (Intel VT and AMD-V). You can run unmodified operating systems such as Linux, FreeBSD, and Microsoft Windows

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Ubuntu 10.04: Some Screenshots

These are some screenshots of an Ubuntu 10.04 installation on VMware Fusion 3.  Once 10.10 comes out, we’ll post screenshots of those as well. Tweaking the resolution on the VM as done before, we can get a nice workspace:

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Static IPs From DHCPD In VMware Fusion

Most of my virtual machines for VMware Fusion use NAT for networking to avoid conflicts with external IPs.  However, by default, you only get dynamically assigned IPs albeit almost the same IP for each VM you run.  What I want

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