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Old 16th July 2017, 05:45 PM
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A forum for VM/Containers?

Fedora is known for their advancement in VM/Container software. Infact, I am using Fedora at the moment, and not Debian, because it has an easy to install open-source 3D accelerted VM rendering app for qemu, virgl. VM software is on the rise, and I think we can agree that that's not going to change for a while.

Docker is becoming the new way to manage servers, and Redhat and Fedora seem to be leading the way. Now people, like myself, are wanting to run desktops in containers for added security; I think it would be nice to have a place for full out VM/Container issues.

A couple times I made posts pertaining to VMs, and I had to put the posts in forums that didn't fully capture what I was asking. I see that there is a forum for servers and security, so maybe even a compromise and make a subforum for VMs/Containers?

What do you guys think?
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