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Old 10-18-2006, 01:11 AM   #1
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Xen - is there a clipboard available between guest and host?

What I'd like to do is run [unspecified Linux distro] as a Xen host, a Windows guest, and be able to use a clipboard to transfer data between host and guest applications as I do now between Fedora Core 3 apps and Windows apps now using Win4Lin 9.x virtualization.

I say "unspecified" because at this point, I'm deciding whether my next host OS upgrade is going to be to Fedora Core 5, Fedora Core 6, Freespire (community-supported version of Linspire), or possibly even Xandros, but my question is about Xen itself. Is there a working clipboard?

If I can't do it in Xen, there's always VMware.



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