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Running different distros as guests, how's that work? [message #8653] Thu, 30 November 2006 13:48 Go to previous message
BigJim is currently offline  BigJim
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I would like to run (at least) a SuSE 10.1 and a CentOS 4.3 distro on the same machine. I currently have both operating in a dual boot config. Two questions come to mind.
1. I believe that SuSE and maybe CentOS have patches to the kernel source. Is that a problem when running from a single kernel?

2. Will it be difficult to adapt this configuration to OpenVZ or should I start over from scratch?

Oh heck, I'll toss out another one. Is the Intel 6300 processor supported? I looked at the supported processors list but missed it if it was there.

Thanks,
Jim.
 
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