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I use Fedora 20 x86_64, and I have KVM installed. However, for a course assignment, I have to install VMWare (to be exact, VMWare Workstation 10). Yes, I have to use VMWare. However, (as expected ...
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lately i was thinking about a solution how it would be possible to replace all high end computers in my home with one (powerful) server, which virtualizes all the clients. Scenario My main ...
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VM program which stores directly on HDD

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I'd like to continue using Linux as my desktop system. But from time to time I'd like to do some gaming. I know that I can use Wine and PlayOnLinux stuff, but it doesn't always work. I also know, that ...
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High performance desktop virtulization / multithreading on the guest with linux 64 bit host

For over 3 years I have been trying to get similar guest performance in 64 bit windows as I have on my i7 870 at work in the tasks I do at work. My requirements are pretty taxing. I need fast CPU, ...
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Best, easy to use open source virtualization solution for Ubuntu 10.04?

I am a big fan of VMWare Workstation - it works great and is so easy to use... However, I like open source. I realize there's VirtualBox, but ideally I was looking to something to do the following: ...
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Is any one of these better than the others? What are the differences in practical terms for home use?