> On 19/09/2007, FRLinux <frlinux at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On 9/19/07, Martin List-Petersen <martin at list-petersen.net> wrote:
>>>>> How about using VMware, pull the source from a central repository,
>>> having each platform build their installer/package and push them back to
>>> the space, where they are supposed to be located. That way you still can
>>> have it all on one machine.
>>>>> VMware doesn't work all the time depending on the platform. I recall
>> having used for an OpenBSD host which I wanted to set as a build
>> machine for OpenBSD releases and it actually failed during compilation
>> of the base packages (this is in the last year so both OpenBSD and
>> VMware were pretty recent versions).
Try Virtual Box from Innotek they have just released version 1.5. I find
it easer to manage than VMware.
It works well in windows Linux BSD and even OS X(Host only) and its
released under the GPL.
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