Frank Staals wrote: > Frank Jahnke wrote: >> VMs in general are a problem on Free. There is an effort to port the >> most recent VMware Workstation by a very good man. I do hope this >> works, because right now things in the VM world on FreeBSD truly are >> bleak. >> >> Frank >> >> > What is the status of that project if I may ask ? I did some research > on it some time ago but the best I could find was that there was > someone porting vmware-workstation 4.5.X to FreeBSD allthough there > were quite a lot problems so there wasn't much progress it seemed. > > Anyway; VM's and FreeBSD don't go well indeed :( vmware3 is just > outdated, it won't work as Xen host (yet; .. it was on the SoC list, > but I'm not sure how much has become of it ) and qemu is a nice > attempt but it's just not good enough ( especially since kqemu locks > up my system in CURRENT ). It would be great if FreeBSD could be a > VM-host. >
Sort of off topic but an other thing (besides run vista) I eventually want to do is use it as a OS developement platform (writing an OS from the ground up) _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"