VirtualBox : 101 way

As new player in virtualization field VirtualBox already reach version 1.5.2 . What VirtualBox have done so far? Is it good as vmware or Virtual PC? Dunno, by seeing its implementation You can judge Googling and forum searching, I found : Create and Manage Virtual Machines Using VirtualBox, VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for …

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GNS3 0.3 available

We are proud to announce the version 0.3 of GNS3, this version is considered as a beta. A lot of new features and bug-fixes are available, the most important are: – Support of Ethernet, ATM and Frame-Relay switches – Included hub (Bridge of Dynamips) and cloud (external connections) devices – Added the Dynagen console (nearly …

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NEW TeraTerm 4.53 – so much faster and new features SSH2

UTF-8 TeraTerm Pro with TTSSH2 is enhanced version TeraTerm from TeraTerm 2.3 original version. TeraTerm is open source free software terminal emulator supporting SSH2 and UTF-8 protocol. hxxp://iij.dl.sourceforge.jp/ttssh2/26625/teraterm_utf8-4.53.exe [TeraTerm] 2007.8.8 (Ver 4.53) – added `&h’ parameter to log file name that can convert the host name. – added a default log directory setting. added LogDefaultPath …

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VirtualBox 1.4 released, upgrade now

VirtualBox 1.4 released, download last version from here For windows host click here This new version brings hundreds of improvements, more than any update since the first official release in January 2007. Among the new features are full support for 64-bit Linux hosts, RDP session shadowing, clipboard synchronization and easier Linux host interface networking. In …

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Install Dynamips using dynagen in Windows XP

For end user like me, dynamips isn’t easy to install. I remember first time install of Redhat 5.0 make my HD crash and die with honor Dynagen provide click next and next method, easy to follow and make installation step is not more nightmare. To install dynamips using dynagen require three things : Winpcap 4.0, …

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Step by step installing VirtualBox in Windows XP

VirtualBox is another virtualization products for i386 family, from official site : Presently, VirtualBox runs on Windows, Linux and Macintosh hosts and supports a large number of guest operating systems including but not limited to Windows (NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Vista), DOS/Windows 3.x, Linux (2.4 and 2.6), and OpenBSD. If you get confuse …

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