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I want to setup a VM server with a VMware ESXi hypervisor. To use ESXi, I believe you need vSphere to connect and manage your VMs remotely. But I’m working on Linux and as far as I know vSphere is only published for Microsoft Windows. Is there an alternative I could use that provides similar...
I am planning to get VMWare ESXi 3.5 on an New Server hardware ( that possibly does not figure in the HCL list of VMWare / Communicty HCL list / WhiteBox HCL). So if I do run into issues ( which i think I will) , how do I get resolved. Should I approach the Vendor / VMWare for Resolution ?
Currently have a virtual installation of SME 7.3 on Centos64/Vmware server for the last year Interested in hearing about the free virtual platform, the ESXi hypervisor What is the difference from the Vmware server that I am running ? Is it true that the ESXi hypervisor will be able to run direct...