On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 12:20 AM, Emmanuel Charpentier
> Huh ? I have "only" 4 GB of RAM, to share (to *dedicate*) to boith systems.
I guess I'm probably a lot older than you.... but 4GB of RAM is plenty
to run VirtualBox + Linux, etc. I've spent years using laptops with
a VM and another OS and that much (maybe less) memory, while working
> Even if Windows may run on 2 GB RAM, I doubt that VM+Linux+Sage+whatever is
> needed to serve Jupyter would run on 2 GB RAM. Crawl, maybe..
> Using the "old" notebook might be better here (the browser could run on the
> Windows side. But the main problem is the *dedication* (*fixed* allocation)
> of resources to each system.
> Hell, I don't even know how many execution threads my CPU has...
It doesn't really matter much for using VirtualBox.
You should see if you have VT-x instructions -- that's critical for
performance. The Atom Z530 does:
> Less important, but still a hurdle : configuring network-like communications
> between the two machines. I know how to do this from Liux, but I'm nit so at
> ease in Windows (I don't even know if Windows Home will let me create the
> necessary pseudo-adapter, aka tun device in Linux parlance...).
This isn't very hard. I've done it a million times on Windows, OS X,
etc. It used to be kind of hard with VMware back in 1998, but now
there is this thing called Google which makes it very easy to find
information about how to do things...
> Thanks for your advice. I'll consider it.
Well give it a shot. I'm a little conflicted, since obviously it is
also very useful to us (the sage community) that you're testing Erik
Bray's cygwin installer, etc...
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