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RE[3]: Beta program....
by legume42 on Mon 27th Dec 2010 08:42 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Beta program...."
legume42
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Would you mind on elaborating on "-far- more stable"?

I'm genuinely curious. I use vbox (and kvm) quite a lot on Linux and FreeBSD and haven't been scared off of vbox in the same way as vmware server. Vbox is quite stable for me, what are you seeing?

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