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I have played with various servers such as ltsp and drbl which I just started using today to back up the web server. drbl is quirky to install, but has ...
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    I have played with various servers such as ltsp and drbl which I just started using today to back up the web server. drbl is quirky to install, but has power. I was wondering whether anyone had experience with systems that serve out virtual machines. I know that ubuntu has a net install option to set one up. I want to go back and spend time on Fedora/centos boxes for a while. Any suggestions?

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    hey,

    I am working on virtual machines..I use open VZ for that .
    You can go with centos 5.0 or 5.2 ..
    Regards
    David Anand
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