5 open source virtualization technologies

Short for Kernel-based Virtual Machine, KVM, is not as widely deployed as other open source hypervisors, but its stature is growing rapidly. KVM is a full virtualization hypervisor and can run both Windows and Linux guests. Kernel-based Virtual Machine, KVM http://www.linux-kvm.org   Xen supports paravirtualization and "hardware assisted" virtualization for modified and un-modified guests, respectively.Continue reading “5 open source virtualization technologies”


When starting Virtual Box virtual machine, you may get this error message if your computer is not enabled to support Virtualization Technology in BIOS In my case, I am using HP Laptop and this is what I have to do in BIOS   Press F10 when computer boot up Go to BIOS configuration and enableContinue reading “verr_vmx_msr_locked_or_disabled”