Can I install XenServer on a machine as a bare-metal installation and create and use its virtual machines on the same machine or I need to use the VMs with XenClient over a network connection? I mean ...
Is it possible to run multiple OS a desktop parallely? I mean without rebooting. Is it possible by "bare metal virtualization"?
Disclaimer I have little experience with Linux, VMware, or server stuff. Also, I had posted this question originally at ...
I have zero experiences with Asterisk but need to choose the best bare-metal distribution (running as a VM guest) for my needs. Asterisk server will answer calls, auto responder says caller ...
Every time I search for advice on a bare metal hypervisor, people usually recommend against it, but I am still curious if I can/should try it when I buy a new laptop in the next month. I've used VMs a ...
I am responsible for the computers in three retail shops. They all run Windows 7. The Till machines need to be restorable very quickly if anything was to go wrong. There aren no servers at each ...
[I am completely new to running "bare metal" virtualized hardware, so please lead me to TFM, so I can R it.] What I was hoping to do, is to have some kind of bare metal virtualized server setup, but ...
Is is possible to convert a .vdi file into a .iso that can be burned to a cd or dvd and make it like an installer. Or Is it possible to convert virtual machines to physical environments?