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On Oct 8, 2007, at 11:32 AM, Michele (Mike) Hjorleifsson wrote:
On an intel xserve it may be possible to compile and run xen though it would probably be a huge bear of an effort, Parallels is due to release a product for XServe that will allow you to do what Xen does and take advantage of some pretty good tools Parallels has developed.
FYI this was demo'd at WWDC and here is an article about it .
I saw this when it came out...
One of the questions that came up during the demo was why they didn’t show Mac OS X Server running as a virtual machine.
"Would it be technically possible? Yes," said Rudolph. "Will Apple permit it right now, no. Apple requires you to run the operating system on physical Apple hardware. Apple has been a great partner to us and we don’t want to jeopardize that relationship. We are not going to take that good will and immediately turn around and spit in their eye."
This is BS.
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|>Virtualization... Has nada to do with licensing. (From: "Michele (Mike) Hjorleifsson" <email@hidden>)|
|>Re: Virtualization... Has nada to do with licensing. (From: Dave Schroeder <email@hidden>)|
|>Re: Virtualization... to the original question.. Running Xen on OSX (From: "Michele (Mike) Hjorleifsson" <email@hidden>)|
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