In response to YTResearch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> I noticed that someone asked questions concerning VMware on FreeBSD
> which was my first realization that the two even go together. I have
> the opportunity to advocate FreeBSD as a possible replacement to run
> that software as a parting shot in the next week prior to finally
> retiring from that organization. They are a very large windows
> operation but are putting in some Linux/VMware to reduce the windows
> server hardware platforms (I already know that this is of dubious
> value when they could natively migrate and just eliminate the
> servers, efficiency is not an option in the corporate world paradigms).
> Before I actually recommend they do this on ~80 servers, I would like
> to verify that it really can be done to move to a FreeBSD 6.1 RELEASE/
> VMware environment to support W2K3 and E2K3 on a virtual machine? Has
> anyone done this?
FreeBSD 6 runs fine _inside_ vmware -- as a virtual machine. I used it
daily with almost no trouble (and the small amount of trouble is likely
to be unrelated to vmware).
I have never gotten vmware to run as a program under FreeBSD, i.e. using
FreeBSD as the host for other vmware machines. I have tried several times.
Technically, VMWare doesn't support it.
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