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Old 03-12-2009, 10:00 AM   #1
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LXer: This week in the world of virtualization: Sunís VirtualBox

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This week I had the pleasure of taking some personal time to play around with Sun Microsystemís VirtualBox. What else can I say but, ďWow.Ē I am impressed with this excellent application. I had downloaded (v2.1.4) and configured it for Fedora Linux on my laptop. It was extremely simple. It came as an rpm and the installation took care of everything, including adding the shortcut launchers in my GNOME menu.



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