What is the status of getting Xen on FreeBSD? It's a shame that an emulator is required to run Windows on the same architecture. Does Qemu virtualized on x86 hardware?


On Feb 19, 2007, at 9:06 AM, Tom Grove wrote:

Bill Moran wrote:
"Kevin Downey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I do a bit of web dev stuff so it would be nice to be able to see the
page in IE.
A website I use for work uses ActiveX.
I hate dual booting.
What is the best(easiest) way to run ie on freebsd?


In addition to everything else that's been suggested, give qemu
a try.  It's rather slow, but I use it often for an app we need
that only runs on widows.


qemu is nice and kqemu is also now open source. You could give Win4BSD a shot...it is $50.00 but I use if for all things Windows at work.
-Tom
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