Pádraig Brady wrote:
> Nick Murtagh wrote:
>> Justin Mason wrote:
>>> Doesn't KVM require hardware support? I thought it did. oh good if not!
>> Yes, the whole point of KVM is that it uses the hardware support
>> built into recent AMD and Intel chips. As a result it required little
>> kernel work (compared to Xen and similar approaches) and was quickly
>> Hmm according to to my first link, KVM paravirt
> works on any hardware, but according to the following
> support for older hardware is still to be added:
>http://kerneltrap.org/node/7545#comment-207053>> I'll find out for definite...
Whats this got to do with the question ?
Hey funboys, get your own thread.
As for to ubuntu or not, go with what your comfortable with. I tend to
hover between Ubuntu and Fedora. I guess the main things I like about
Ubuntu is the fact that it's a single CD install, which is very handy.
Hopefully Fedora 7 will revert the stupid multi-cd trend that Fedora
Core haven't been able to leave behind.
At the end of the day, what distro you use boils down to how well it
suits you. Ubuntu has had quite a lot of good press and well deserved
too. However, I'd have to agree with Justin about some it's more recent
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