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[Xen-users] vmware in an HVM

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Subject: [Xen-users] vmware in an HVM
From: Scott Serr <serrs@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 02 Sep 2007 11:27:13 -0600
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To collaborate with a partner on a project we use VMware for a testbed. We do this to emulate hardware in all it gory details. We really do want to see emulated "real" hardware for this project.

I've recently built an Intel Q6600 (4 cores with VT) box. I want to run Xen, but I also need to collaborate with my project partner.

Since an HVM can run Windows XP unmodified, I thought an HVM (with Linux) should be able to run VMware? Is this possible?


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