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  • TomLiotta
    Is there a problem getting it from the VMware site? -- Tom
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  • jinteik
    vmware has server and also desktop version. like Tom say, head on to vmware website for more information
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  • secOfficer
    thanks TOM but i really need to discuss thiss issue with someone like you,,i might picked up the wrong title-subject... any way,,  i am not so familiar with the cloud or virtualization stuff..i am having windows 7 environment on my pc,,and i need to have a virtual environement so that i can use -try-test different operating systems and applications...like wndows server2008, OR one of the linux os... this is all what i want to say....soory tom,,now will you or anyboy else will give me  a hand of help....
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  • TomLiotta
    Then it sounds like going to the VMware site is what you need to do. So far, it doesn't seem that you have a problem that we can try to help with. -- Tom
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  • secOfficer
    i went there, but there were so many things..TOM , HERE IS THE THING :::: can i use virtual box from sun as my virtual machine ???
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  • TomLiotta
    can i use virtual box from sun as my virtual machine ?   That's a question for the VMware forums rather than here. But even there, you'll probably need to define what you mean by a "virtual box from sun". Are you asking about the SPARC platform? Or about Solaris? Or something else?   Tom
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  • secOfficer
    no,that't too complicatedall what i want, is to use virtual machine inside my oc which has windows 7.....thanks any way
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  • TomLiotta
    no,that’t too complicated...   What is too complicated?   Are the VMware forums (called 'communities' there) at the VMware site too complicated? That's where appropriate information is best found.   Or is the difference between Sun hardware and software too complicated? For example, I believe that VMware does not intend to support the SPARC platform, but they do support Solaris. You need to understand the difference if you want to ask about VMware support.   If any of that is too complicated, then you should consider that VMware is too complicated for you to use right now.   Tom
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  • carlosdl
    @Tom, VirtualBox is a virtualization software from Sun (now owned by Oracle). I'm a little confused though, since I'm not sure why secOfficer is asking about VMware if he wants to use VirtualBox.  I don't think he is planning to use one on top of the other. secOfficer, you may use VMware or VirtualBox, and yes, you can use them on your Windows 7 machine to create virtual machines running different operating systems for testing (additional licenses could be needed, depending on the guest operating systems you plan to install).  From VMware, the product you might want to use is VMware Server II, which is free and works very well for what I think you want to do (I'm not sure if it is still available for download though)
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  • carlosdl
    My previous post got lost because of the links it included... Second try.  --------------------------------------------- @Tom, VirtualBox is a virtualization software from Sun (now owned by Oracle).I’m a little confused though, since I’m not sure why the OP is asking about VMware if he wants to use VirtualBox. I don’t think he is planning to use one on top of the other. @secOfficer you may use VMware or VirtualBox, and yes, you can use them on your Windows 7 machine to create virtual machines running different operating systems for testing (additional licenses could be needed, depending on the guest operating systems you plan to install). From VMware, the product you might want to use is VMware Server II, which is free and works very well for what I think you want to do (I’m not sure if it is still available for download though)
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  • TomLiotta
    @carlosdl: Ah. Thank you for the probable clarification. I should have made that connection. -- Tom
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  • secOfficer
    "@carlosdl"..that is the best claification i was looking for....really usefull..i read al ittle bit about virtulization last days,i think i am going to use vmware plyer instead of vmware server as my virtual machine
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  • secOfficer
    **“@carlosdl”..that is the best clarification i was looking for….really usefull..i read a  little bit about virtulization last day,i am going to use vmware plyer instead of vmware server as my virtual machine
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