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I will be setting up my new system in a couple of weeks. I'll be running CentOS 5 on a quad core AMD Opteron. I'm going to run Windows XP as a guest OS, and possibly 1 or more Linux distros. Does anyone have any suggestions? I am currently considering Xen or Virtualbox, leaning towards Xen.
I have a centOS 4.5 i can ping to goole.com and i can ping each other but i cannot ssh and that is the erro message when i do the ssh. Please help