Re: [OT] - Netflix
- From: NoOp <glgxg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 18:43:35 -0700
Not sure why you are replying to Hunter with pokes at my responses.
You'd have been better off replying to my post instead.
That's not me.
Maybe it's the fact that you are using MS Outlook...
X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook 14.0
On 09/13/2011 08:06 AM, compdoc wrote:
None of my systems use qemu-KVM
So you know nothing about it.
Actually I do. My chipsets don't support it. You do realize that
quem-KVM is a hardware base virtualization method... right? I (NoOp)
stated that I use VirtualBox and VMWare (Player) instead.
Because I'm not sure just what you want explained.
I wrote that.
I was responding to NoOp, but you sound as though I was responding to you.
Are you the same person?
I am in this post, but the person you replied to (Hunter Poe) is not.
You do sound a lot like NoOp - you say things without explaining them. If
you don't use qemu-KVM then what do you use? And how is the video
performance, and how much ram is required?
You can start here:
Why not educate us rather than act like you're the only person who knows how
it all works?
Because you stated "A windows virtual machine typically uses RDP or VNC
to view the desktop" indicating that you know how it all works. This
isn't a tutorial forum, and I don't mind helping (check my posting
history), but I do mind when advise is provided that is completely
incorrect. And then you reply:
Surprised you didn't know - qemu-KVM uses VNC on the console, or you can
access with RPD. I think Xen is similar. This is typical, as I said. I
didn't say this was the only way.
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