On Mon, 20 Mar 2006, Terry Cox wrote:
> An alternative to vmware (but not the same type of product really)
> is Solaris10 x64. You can run multiple Solaris containers on the
> one piece of hardware, each with their own root etc, i.e their own
> private environment but still one instance of the OS is loaded.
One /kernel/ - multiple instances of the userland OS though.
You can also run Linux userlands in Solaris zones (though, not yet
very recent glibc's which depend on recent Linux 2.6 features, I
> specifically required. Sun also Support Linux apps on Solaris 10
> x64 but it does require the Linux OS.
x86 you mean. Not sure if Linux x86-64 support is there yet. Further,
it's still under development, not in a Solaris 10 update yet, not
even putback to ON yet. It's available via OpenSolaris only at this
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