:) maflynn, choices and choices. :)
Originally Posted by maflynn
I'm looking to install either vmware server, virtualbox or another solution.
Which works the best with fedora 11? I'm interested in USB and performance.
btw, I wasn't sure which forum to put this in
maflynn, choices and choices.
* VMware Server = My favorite, so far fastest (for me) for storing and saving the virtual machines and mouse/keyboard integration is not locked/restricted in application.
* Virtualbox = mouse/keyboard are locked in application, until freed by key combination. In between VMware Server and Virtual PC for for storing and saving the virtual machines.
* Virtual PC = mouse/keyboard are locked in application, until freed by key combination. Slow for storing and saving the virtual machines.
* Xen = still need more evaluation
Hope this helps.
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