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==Also on the Wiki==
~[[VirtualizationMoreInformation Virtualization More Information]]
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~There are several options for playing a Puppy Linux virtual machine hosted within a Windows environment. These are:
~~- [[http://qemu.org QEMU]]
~~~Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed. There is a specific [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/QEMUpuppy QEMU Puppy]] page.
~~- VirtualBox
~~~This product is the most often cited in the Puppy Linux Forum.
~~- [[http://vmware.com VMware Player]]
~~~VMware Player is part of a family of virtualization products by VMware.
~All of these programs are free for non-commercial use.
==Virtual Computing from Both Directions==
~There is some confusion when reading about virtual computers. The relation of Host and Guest machines must be established before further discussion is possible.
- The **Host** is the physical computer and its operating system. This is the actual machine in front of you.
- The **Guest** is the virtual computer and its operating system. This 'machine' is commonly displayed as an application window on your physical computer screen.
==Puppy Linux as Guest==
~In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here. See the [[VMXpupguest Puppy Linux as Guest]] page to see how to set it up under a Windows host.
==Puppy Linux as Host==
~In order to run another virtual computer //within// a Puppy Linux host using VMware Player, your Puppy computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is kind of involved, and so will be described in some detail. See the [[VMXpuphost Puppy Linux as Host]] page for information about VMware using Puppy Linux as the host.


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{{image url="http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/9131/vmplayer1.png" width="60" title="vmware" alt="vmware"}}
~**VMware Player** is a freeware [[virtualization]] software product from VMware, Inc. (a division of EMC Corporation) for personal non-commercial use, see [[http://www.vmware.com/products/player/ VMWare homepage]].
~There are several options for playing a Puppy Linux virtual machine hosted within a Windows environment. These are:
~~- [[http://qemu.org QEMU]]
~~~Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed. There is a specific [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/QEMUpuppy QEMU Puppy]] page.
~~- VirtualBox
~~~This product is the most often cited in the Puppy Linux Forum.
~~- [[http://vmware.com VMware Player]]
~~~VMware Player is part of a family of virtualization products by VMware.
~All of these programs are free for non-commercial use.
==Virtual Computing from Both Directions==
~There is some confusion when reading about virtual computers. The relation of Host and Guest machines must be established before further discussion is possible.
==Puppy Linux as Guest==
~In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here. See the [[VMXpupguest Puppy Linux as Guest]] page to see how to set it up under a Windows host.
==Puppy Linux as Host==
~In order to run another virtual computer //within// a Puppy Linux host using VMware Player, your Puppy computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is kind of involved, and so will be described in some detail. See the [[VMXpuphost Puppy Linux as Host]] page for information about VMware using Puppy Linux as the host.
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=35356 VMware Player for Puppy thread]]
CategoryVirtualization
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{{image url="http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/9131/vmplayer1.png" width="100" title="vmware" alt="vmware"}}
VMware Player is a freeware virtualization software product from VMware, Inc. (a division of EMC Corporation) for personal non-commercial use.
http://www.vmware.com/products/player/
There are several options for playing a Puppy Linux virtual machine hosted within a Windows environment. These are:
- [[http://qemu.org QEMU]]
Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed. There is a specific [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/QEMUpuppy QEMU Puppy]] page.
- VirtualBox
This product is the most often cited in the Puppy Linux Forum.
- [[http://vmware.com VMware Player]]
VMware Player is part of a family of virtualization products by VMware.
All of these programs are free for non-commercial use.
=====Virtual Computing from Both Directions=====
There is some confusion when reading about virtual computers. The relation of Host and Guest machines must be established before further discussion is possible.
====[[VMXpupguest Puppy Linux as Guest]]====
In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here. Click the header link to see how to set it up under a Windows host.
====[[VMXpuphost Puppy Linux as Host]]====
In order to run another virtual computer //within// a Puppy Linux host using VMware Player, your Puppy computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is kind of involved, and so will be described in some detail. Click the header link to see how to set up VMware under a Puppy Linux host.
VMware Player for Puppy:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=35356


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[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]] > [[SoftwareVirtualization Virtualization]]
====VMware Player====
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======VMware Player======


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Edited on 2012-01-24 11:13:55 by danyk [bread]
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In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here. Click the header link to see how to set it up under a Windows host.
====[[VMXpuphost Puppy Linux as Host]]====
In order to run another virtual computer //within// a Puppy Linux host using VMware Player, your Puppy computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is kind of involved, and so will be described in some detail. Click the header link to see how to set up VMware under a Puppy Linux host.
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In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here.


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====[[VMXpupguest Puppy Linux as Guest]]====
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====Puppy Linux as Guest====


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Edited on 2012-01-24 11:02:12 by danyk [bread]
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Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed. There is a specific [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/QEMUpuppy QEMU Puppy]] page.
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Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed.


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[[http://www.example.com Page Title]]
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{{image url="http://img8.imageshack.us/img8/9131/vmplayer1.png" title="vmware" alt="vmware"}}


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Edited on 2012-01-24 10:41:24 by danyk [bread]
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=====Virtual Computing from Both Directions=====
There is some confusion when reading about virtual computers. The relation of Host and Guest machines must be established before further discussion is possible.
- The **Host** is the physical computer and its operating system. This is the actual machine in front of you.
- The **Guest** is the virtual computer and its operating system. This 'machine' is commonly displayed as an application window on your physical computer screen.
====Puppy Linux as Guest====
In order to run a Puppy Linux virtual computer //within// a Windows host using VMware Player, your host computer needs to have the free VMware Player software installed. The installation is pretty simple, and so is not detailed here.


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Edited on 2012-01-24 10:31:53 by danyk [bread]
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Unlike the other two options, QEMU is able to run from a USB Flash memory drive, making it possible to run a "Portable" Puppy Linux session within another computer. Bear in mind that this implementation can be frustratingly slow to run, even if the host machine has the host accelerator "KQEMU" installed.
This product is the most often cited in the Puppy Linux Forum.
VMware Player is part of a family of virtualization products by VMware.


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Edited on 2012-01-24 10:27:10 by danyk [bread]
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There are several options for playing a Puppy Linux virtual machine hosted within a Windows environment. These are:
- [[http://qemu.org QEMU]]
- VirtualBox
- [[http://vmware.com VMware Player]]
All of these programs are free for non-commercial use.


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