I’m looking to replace Windows XP client that’s used only for web applications & mail with Linux/Ubunutu virtual desktop using a thin client or old PC. I’d like to have failover and balancing capability and a simple UI. Any suggestions?
Answer Question | February 3, 2011 5:09 PM
Desktop virtualization, Failover, Linux, Linux Virtual Server, Thin clients, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Linux, Windows XP, Windows XP clients
How do I create http server on a newly created virtual server on SuSE Linux ?
Answer Question | November 1, 2010 10:28 AM
HTTP, Http Server, Linux Virtual Server, SUSE Linux, Virtual machine management, Virtual Server
Hi! A sympathic colleague of my office comes to me and ask a very simple question : Is ist difficult for a software working on LINUX to go and import Files in an AS400. I said him there are a lot of very good emulators functionning with windows. There are even possibilities of ODBC links [...]
Answer Question | October 8, 2009 3:27 PM
AS/400 File Transfer, AS/400 interoperability, Linux Virtual Server
If you’re running virtual environments on Linux, have you recently migrated from Xen to KVM (kernel-based virtual machines)? If so, what issues/problems did you encounter — if any — and how did you solve them?
Answer Question | August 30, 2009 2:43 PM
KVM, Linux Virtual Server, Xen, XenServer
The following question was recently submitted by a user via e-mail: How do I convert a Linux server from physical to virtual (ESX)?
Answer Question | March 20, 2009 3:01 PM
Linux server distributions, Linux servers, Linux Virtual Server
I am wanting to create a cluster of 12 physical machines to be able to run multiple virtual machines. For instance a windows 2003 server running exchange 2003. An linux server running mysql, and perhaps a few others but all in seperate controllable virtual machines that span and use the power of all the physical [...]
Answer Question | November 23, 2008 4:18 AM
Beowulf Clusters, Linux Virtual Server, Load balancing, LVS, Virtual Machines, Virtualization and hardware, Virtualization technologies, VM, VMware, VMware ESX, Windows Server 2003