VirtualMachine, some basic questions
I have used VMware before and understand the basic concept of Virtual Machines. So I always thought you need to install that VMsoftware first, and then make a special installation of the OS you want...
well I read some articles lately and am confused a bit now.
my question is basically, can you run two "old" or already installed Linux distros in parallel by adding some VM software. (like Xen for example)
or lets put it in another way,
I have a Debian Woody system which has been running for a long time. I got a new HD and installed Slackware 10.0 on it. so now I have the choice in lilo which one to boot.
Is there a possibility that I install Xen or something like it, on a new partition or whatever, and then run my Slackware on hda and my debian on hdb in parallel?
thanks for your help guys