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Old 10-20-2008, 11:50 AM   #1
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Possible to have virtual machine in RHEL 5.1 run RHEL 4.0-1 ES (64-bit)

Is it possible to do the above?
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Originally Posted by maryjane View Post
Is it possible to do the above?
It depends:

Is the RHEL 5.1 host OS also running 64-bit? If it is, then certainly yes.

If not, then I believe you need to have a CPU (and BIOS) that has special virtualization extensions built into it.

What CPU do you have?


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