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for those who don't know what VT is: Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) it's basically virtualization at the hardware level. meaning realtime virtual machines. my question is, is there ANY ...
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    Is there any VM software that uses Intel's VT yet?


    for those who don't know what VT is:
    Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT)

    it's basically virtualization at the hardware level. meaning realtime virtual machines.

    my question is, is there ANY Linux/BSD/POSIX/Debian virtualization software solution or package that uses VT? I know about Parallells for Mac OSX but i'm not so much interested in purchasing a Mac. i'd really like to virtualize with this Core 2 Duo i just got, but there seems to be no Linux solution? please someone tell me i'm wrong...

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    KVM does. It actually requires Intel VT or AMD-V.

    There are a lot of options that will work with a Core 2 Duo though, regardless of specifically using VT or not. All of them on this list should work.

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