samir at esamir.com
Sat Apr 11 09:36:24 CDT 2009
Sorry for the double post..
One more question.. just out of curiosity.. why no windows support? (yes, I
know...evil..evil msft... ) I presume there would be a licensing issue that
clients need to deal with, but aside from that, any particular reason I
can't get a windows box? Or is that only limited to paying customers. You
probably could get a good sized customer base that would love to have their
windows server running as VM that they can easily rebuild if need be using
the bundeling system.
On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 8:54 PM, Samir Faci <samir at esamir.com> wrote:
> Not spam at all imo. I'd love to see kvm images as well. I haven't looked
> at xen in a while but one of the draw backs was no 3d accel on dom0 and
> images are just dd images rather then an intelligent format like qcow2 (qemu
> format )
> Sent via g1 so I feel special like the iphone fan boys
> Rick Munday <rick.munday at bananaskin.com> wrote:
> >Just happened to check it out finally... Curious why no support for Sun
> >VirtualBox (non-OSE)?
> >On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 2:49 PM, Gene Jannece <sil at sevatech.com> wrote:
> >> I just caught up with the last few weeks worth of LUNI traffic and
> >> there was an interest in Virtualization again.
> >> I work for a company that handles the building of Virtual Machines for a
> >> few
> >> platforms, (VMware, Xen, Amazon EC2, etc..) and
> >> might help anybody trying to get into it for the first time. You
> >> create an account (free), pick some bundles
> >> (a group of packages that go well together, ex: apache, mysql and PHP)
> >> submit the build. You get an email when
> >> your server is done building and you can download it (vmware, xen,
> >> or it's be uploaded to Amazon EC2 cloud and
> >> is running.
> >> The website is http://es.cohesiveft.com and please use the sign up code
> >> "LUNI" so we get a better idea of who is interested in this.
> >> We're currently looking to see if we have workflow issues or if there
> >> features we a re lacking right now and any feedback
> >> would be great. Feel free to email me off list if you have any questions
> >> comments.
> >> sorry if this is spam,
> >> Gene Jannece
> >> --
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> >> http://luni.org/mailman/listinfo/luni
> >Linux Users Of Northern Illinois (Chicago) - Technical Discussion
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