Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Apr 2006 17:13 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft has a big surprise planned for not just those of its own customers using virtualization, but for those in the open-source community as well. On April 3, the software giant will use the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston to announce that it is making its Virtual Server 2005 R2 Enterprise Edition product available as a free download from the Microsoft Web site. On a related note, "XenSource has prepped its first major charge at Microsoft Windows customers with a new package that includes the open source Xen hypervisor along with some management software."
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2005-09-04

Sadly I cant't comment on that, I have never use any bsd yet. Butt will as soon as i get xen up, dual booting just takes to mouch time, but who knows mayby I'll change to BSD as primary os down the line. Whitch BSD sold I try first (as xen guest)?

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