RE: VMware

Subject: RE: VMware
From: "Tammy Cravit" <tammy -dot- lists -at- warmfuzzy -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2004 16:43:09 -0800

> Anyway...has anyone used this application and if so, were
> there any conflicts in running FM, RHfFM, or RHX5?

I haven't run any of the specific applications you mentioned inside of
VMWare, but I've found it to be overall a pretty decent tool. The
performance can be a bit sluggy at times, unless you have a LOT of RAM on
your machine, but that pretty much goes without saying on virtualized

As for the stability, I had a friend who (just to say she could) ran VMWare
emulating a Windows 2000 session inside of a VMWare session emulating Linux
on a Windows XP system. It was only slightly faster in *that* configuration
than a dead turtle crawling across a freeway, but I thought the fact that it
worked at all was a testament to the relative stability of the software.



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