Ever wanted to test something on another platform than the current one you’re on?
Needed to take screenshots of a windows environment while having a *nix-only network?
Then you might consider running the extra OS as a guest in a virtual machine.
There are lots of different ways to do this on Ubuntu.
You might want to use VMware, Xen, KVM, Iguest, rhyp, UML, qemu, OpenVZ, … catch my drift? 😉 Continue reading Running a virtual machine on Ubuntu 9.04