One further consideration - if you are using Windows Virtual server you
should be aware that the MS Linux VM additions assume a particular
for X windows which means that Debian based distros such as ubuntu can’t
take advantage of the faster, higher res, virtual graphics card. Its
and a colossal pain in the a$$.
If I had a Linux physical desktop (which I don’t) I’d be very interested
try out a user mode linux VM, which is esentially just a process that
ontop of Linux. I’m using RHEL for practical reasons but I would rather
using Debian or Ubuntu.
On 2/6/07 11:22 AM, “M. Edward (Ed) Borasky” [email protected] wrote:
Unless you have strong feelings to the contrary, you’ll probably be
better off with a stable Fedora – I think the latest is Fedora Core 6,
but Fedora Core 5 might be in better shape. I don’t personally run any
of the above regularly – I run Gentoo (mostly workstations) with
occasional shots at CentOS for testing as close to RHEL as I can get
without buying something, or Fedora for things like Planet CCRMA, which
is Fedora Core 5 based. I haven’t touched Debian since the Sarge release
– I loaded it on an ancient laptop and gave the machine away to a
friend of mine for a church project.
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