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Old 13th July 2006, 05:15 AM
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Xen QEMU virtual machine stuff

Hey,

Im looking to run windows in fedora with something like VMware, iv been looking at Xen and QEMU and wonder what people have to say on these or other programs they could suggest.

Im not all that keen on Xen as i would need to edit windows to get it working or so iv heard but QEMU seems pretty good anyone used it?
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