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Re: Qemu for Servers? Answer: Yes (for one case, at least)

 On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 12:06 AM, Mick Timony 
<[hidden email]> wrote: 
>  In what way? 

Requires a serial number, excessive computer resources, large 
download, and sports the horrendous VIX API.  I could go on and on 
about it.  VMware Server is OK, but VirtualBox should fit just about 
anyone's needs.  I don't see what features VMware Server would provide 
that most would really need.  I have worked with just about every 
virtualization project and even built a large scale system on the 
VMware API.  I call tell you VMware Server sucks and you should 
believe me so that you don't have to find out yourself.  If not, then 
don't take my word for it and find out for yourself :-P
Kristian Erik Hermansen 
"It has been just so in all my inventions. The first step is an 
intuition--and comes with a burst, then difficulties arise. This thing 
gives out and then that--'Bugs'--as such little faults and 
difficulties are called--show themselves and months of anxious 
watching, study and labor are requisite before commercial success--or 
failure--is certainly reached" -- Thomas Edison in a letter to 
Theodore Puskas on November 18, 1878 

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