francois maillard writes:
> Hi there,
>> to answer the laptop question, some people do.
> In my case I'm using VMware and not Xen, but the usage is the same: I'm
> using virtualisation to provide support for my company's products. People
> also do the same for developpment (having all the flavours of Wind$&* as an
> example) or for virus reverse engeneering (AV vendors): in these cases, you
> need several machines to replicate issues in several environments, but you
> don't need to run them all at once.
oh -- that's true. I've also heard of sales staff running demo systems as
VMWare images, on "road warrior" laptops -- in other words, the demo
system is entirely separate from the normal day-to-day laptop bits.
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