At 10:37 PM 9/8/2008, Michael wrote:
Derek Ragona wrote:
I have a FreeBSD 7 release I wanted to use as a host for virtual
machines. What software is anyone else using to host virtual machines
>> In my honest opinion, there aren't many good ways of doing what I
think you're wanting.
VMware is a no go for now, or probably any time soon. I don't think
virtualbox is running on freebsd yet. You could use jails, for just other
freebsd installs, not really a VM so to speak.
bochs is crap for this purpose, simics doesn't run on it worth a crap
either. If I were you, I would use something else. say a hypervisor
running on bare hardware, ie: VMware ESX, or similar. I would say xen if
it was ready, but I don't think it is.
I'd just like to here what has worked, or what has not worked. I find it
easier to find a solution asking for real world experiences.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for the quick response. I had seen that there are a lot of
non-working virtual machine implementations. It seems a shame that as well
as FreeBSD runs there are no ways to run a VM on it.
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