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> > Typically speaking the LiveCD lags several versions behind the latest
> > kernel.org kernel so it's not a 100% indicator whether things will
> > work.
> for example, opensuse's one was always current with the distro. the distro
> was out less than 14 days ago and included a lot of new packages. that one i
> pretty good in terms of drivers (has the 2.6.22r8 if i don't miss).
> your affirmation is good to point out that if livecd works out then surely
> the installed distro would surelly go well.
> i was forgetting: for all the new processors it's possibile to run
> paravirtualized windows on linux with xen. so you can run windows and linux
> at the same time if you need to. also i would recommend installing linux on
> a lvm2 (on the gentoo docs should be some instructions on how to do it).
However you may end up fighting with the fact xen-sources usually lags
several major versions behind gentoo-sources; and also end up fighting
with qemu-dm to get your hardware virtualized copy of Windows running.
Last I checked HVM is also quite slow.
Given all the options I've stuck with VMware for virtualizing MS
Windows lately. Obviously not acceptable if you can't live with a
binary blob though, although these days you can pick up VMware Server
for free and it's perfectly functional.
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