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On 2016-09-21 18:43, Drew White wrote:
> On Thursday, 22 September 2016 11:26:12 UTC+10, Andrew David Wong wrote:
>> No, the term "AppVM" (Application Virtual Machine) is a functional term.
>> It simply refers to any VM that is intended for running software
>> applications. AppVMs can be either TemplateBasedVMs or StandaloneVMs
>> (but never TemplateVMs), and the designation is independent of the
>> underlying virtualization method (PV, HVM, etc.).
> But my non-standalone HVM is used and intended for running software, as you
> My HVM is a template based VM, it even has Qubes extensions in it and more.
> It runs the same as any other AppVM.
Then your TemplateBasedHVM is an AppVM. But it doesn't follow from that
fact that TemplateBasedHVMs should be called "AppVMs" rather than
"TemplateBasedHVMs." The reason is simple: Some TemplateBasedHVMs are
AppVMs, but not all AppVMs are TemplateBasedHVMs.
Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS
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