I want to use Fedora 16 as a host OS (a "Dom0" OS) so that I can install 
several different operating systems as virtualized guests. One of these 
will be Windows 7. Are there enough Xen and Fedora bits in place for 
Fedora 16 virtualization so that my friend can access Windows 7 as a 
virtual machine and not know the difference -- she can access the USB 
ports, printer and fax devices, run PhotoShop and and various other 
photo editing applications?

I have no recent experience with Fedora virtualization, but I expect to 
be able to work with it quite soon. I have installed virtual machines 
with older Fedora releases but can't remember exactly what I did. I 
apologize if the question is simplistic.


Bob Cochran

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