Name: [5098] Jaqui
Member: 100 months
Authored: 4 videos
Description: I have been involved with computers since the early 1980's, completely self taught. My interest has been in open source software and Information Technology security. I am in the process of starting my own web hosting business, so I may not be very quick at responding, due to the demands of runnin ...

Hardware list, vmware host. [ID:285]

a series of video-tutorials by Jaqui

Video Tutorials

1. Hardware list, vmware host.

In response to the question from the Installing PCLinuxOS video about what hardware was used, I made this short little video with a quick scan of the hardware list in the DrakXtools on the host os Mandriva 2007.1 Quick list is a dual core AMd Athlon XP AM@ 3800+ wth 2 GB DDR2 @ 800 MHz, two sata hds, one 200 GB one 250 GB dual layer dvdrw, NVidia Geforce 6200TC [ 64 bit ] Graphics card. I [...]

2. Hardware list, vmware client

This is a quick view of the hardware generated by vmware for the vm I'm using for the PCLinuxOS videos. The list as far shorter than the host machine, and there are some differences that are striking.

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