Getting started with Xen virtualization
The powerful and popular Xen virtualization system offers an easy solution for running Windows on Linux.
The popular Xen virtualization system lets you install different operating systems on the same hardware to leverage computational power efficiently.
In this article, we describe how to get started with Xen in Debian Etch, and you will learn about starting the guest and host systems and even how to set up a Windows guest on a Linux host. Some of the details might differ for other distros, but the steps are similar.
Etch with Xen 3.0.3
In the community, one software solution has practically become the virtualization standard. Xen , by the University of Cambridge, has a number of points in its favor. Because it emulates a complete computer in a style similar to VMware, users have an almost unrestricted choice of guest operating systems. Many management tools are available and the simple configuration procedure takes just a few steps. Debian has recognized these benefits, and Etch now has full support for Xen.
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