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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">It's been a while since I looked at it,
      and it looks like it is still very very RedHat world specific,
      lots of calls for developers to make it run on Debian/Ubuntu etc.
      Even the guest extensions only seem to work on RedHat based
      guests. If I am reading that incorrectly let me know. It looks
      nice if it actually supports other operating systems.<br>
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      --Jason<br>
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      On 04/12/2013 08:43 AM, Lynn Dixon wrote:<br>
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      <div dir="ltr">You really need to check out oVirt:
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        <div style="">Its the upstream for Red Hat's RHEV product and
          its pretty awesome.  It has a really nice web console to
          manage your environment, and you can run the console and hosts
          all one one machine.  Plus, it uses KVM as the hypervisor.</div>
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        <div class="gmail_quote">On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 8:36 AM,
          JonathanCalloway <span dir="ltr"><<a
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                <div><font size="3">I'm toying with the idea of buying a
                    heavy duty PC or server as cheaply as possible, and
                    using a hypervisor to run about 2-3 VM's on it.
                     I've looked at ESXi, but can't really find a
                    management tool that </font>doesn't<font size="3"> cost
                    money.  Of course, KVM or any other *nix based
                    solutions are viable here.  However, I want
                    something that's easy to set up, and flexible, so I
                    can constantly remove images and add new ones
                    whenever I want to play with a new OS.</font></div>
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                <div><font size="3">Any </font><font size="3">recommendations?
                     Also, any hardware recommendations? </font></div>
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