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Old 05-26-2007, 09:11 AM   #1
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hi, i was wondering when my computer boots up i have different fedora core choices to boot but what is xen is it better than the normal core or just the same??? I now basically the idea about xen but does it really matter for a home user to have it

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From a Fedora site found using Google:
Built-in Virtualization — Xen is a virtual machine that can securely run multiple operating systems in their own sandboxed domains. Xen has been integrated into Fedora Core to work in a seamless fashion. You can read more about Xen at
Most home users will be just fine with multi-booting. oNly you can decide if Xen will be good for you. Also go to the Xen website
Old 05-26-2007, 11:46 AM   #3
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xen no good then =)

cheers for the reply,

I am trying to go all linux so no need to multi Os enviroment, think that is just geared towards business but also for Lan parties with running a games server on I guess



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