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

 On Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 12:33 PM, Randy Cole <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Kristian Erik Hermansen wrote: 
>  > Vmware server sucks in comparison to virtualbox... 
>  I had quite a time getting VMware Server to work under Linux.  Windows 
>  install works great, but my windows installation has severe registry rot 
>  or something.  Tried it out under Fedora Core 6.  Doesn't match the 
>  kernel version - try to recompile something but it doesn't work.  Try 
>  under Fedora 8, same problem. 
>  To get it to work, you have to install the VMware server .rpm.  Then you 
>  have to install the "any-any" patch from somebody in the Czech republic 
>  I think.  Then you have to go into the patch and untar it and patch 
>  three files, re-tar then run the script. 
>  This is all pretty awkward and gives me pause.  I guess you would have 
>  better results under RHEL or Centos, but I would want to run those as 
>  virtual servers. 

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