Wanted: OS/2 version of Virtual PC
lproven at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 08:11:38 CDT 2009
2009/7/23 Cameron Kaiser <spectre at floodgap.com>:
>> > > VirtualPC was followed by VirtualServer, a server virtualisation
>> > > product based on the same code, but with added support for features
>> > > like direct control of a host SCSI adaptor by the OS in a VM.
>> > Neat. Did this ever see the light of day?
>> Well, it was never released as a Connectix product - but Microsoft did
>> indeed release it, as a freebie even.
> Oh, bleh. I was hoping there was a Mac version :)
>From MS?! Not a chance!
I believe it's not only possible to get Mac OS X running under a
hypervisor, but even that it's easier than doing so on "bare metal".
I've not tried myself, though. But either the PC OS of your choice in
a VM under OS X Server, or OS X Server in a VM under the PC OS of your
choice, is as close as you'll get.
Innotek's VirtualBox seems to be the free hypervisor of choice these
days, but the small-f free options, TTBOMK, summarise as:
- VirtualBox from Sun ("full" freeware edition or limited FOSS
edition) under Linux, Windows or Mac OS X
- QEMU (FOSS) with KQEMU module on x86 under Windows, Linux or Mac OS X
- KVM (FOSS) on Linux on an x86 with hardware virtualisation
- VirtualPC on Windows/x86, or VirtualServer on Windows Server/x86, from MS
- VMware Player (can't create or edit VMs) or VMware Server (on
Windows or Linux) from VMware
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