Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Feb 2008 20:39 UTC, submitted by Nemilar
OSNews, Generic OSes This week Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, announced a partnership with Parallels, maker of the Virtualization products Parallels Workstation and Parallels Desktop for Mac. This article compares four virtualization products available for Linux: the free, open source x86 emulator Qemu; the closed-but-free versions of VirtualBox and VMware-Server, and the commercial Parallels Workstation.
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how do they do on 3D?
by Downix on Sat 9th Feb 2008 00:01 UTC
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This remains the achilees heel of VM systems, how well do they handle 3D acceleration.

Well, how do they?

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RE: how do they do on 3D?
by mallard on Sat 9th Feb 2008 07:32 in reply to "how do they do on 3D?"
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AFAIK, the only one of those that has any 3D support on Linux is VMWare, and even then it's an unstable alpha implementation only available by editing config files.

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