On Sunday November 5 2006 08:41, Muli Ben-Yehuda wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 04, 2006 at 06:32:03PM +0200, Eli Billauer wrote:
> > We are always looking for new lecturers and topics, and are scheduling
> > the 2006 season. Got something interesting you wish to talk about? Got
> > something new you want to learn, and need the drive of a lecture to make
> > you learn it? Talk to us - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> FYI, and just in case the announcement for the next talk ends up going
> out 30 minutes before the talk - we are going to have a guest talk on
> Nov 13 that many of you will find highly interesting:
> KVM (Kernel Based Virtual Machine) - Avi Kivity
> Abstract
> KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a new virtualization
> hardware driver for Linux. kvm allows one to run multiple virtual
> machines ("guests") on a single Linux host. Guests are isolated from
> each other and from the host. It is similar to Xen and VMware but
> differs in some important respects. The talk will cover the kvm
> architecture and will include a short demonstration.

Can anyone do me a big favor of carrying an mp3 player and recording it? As 
usual, I am studying full 12 hours on Mondays, from 8am to 8pm.

Sincerely Yours,
Michael Vasiliev

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