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Anforderungen von VmWare 5

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Anforderungen von VmWare 5

Beitragvon baertronics » 05.05.2005, 17:13

Hallo zusammen..
was würdet Ihr sagen, besitze ein Laptop mit 1Ghz und 512MB Memory.
macht es sinn eine VmWare Workstation zu betreiben?
oder was sind die mindestanforderungen?

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Beitragvon looping » 06.05.2005, 08:32

es ist ja entscheident was du machen willst. wenn du z.b. nur einen linuxgast brauchst geht das - sofern du dich bei der grafischen oberfläche einschränkst und fluxbox statt kde nimmst sogar richtig performant (beim kde oder gnome - oder auch bei windows-gästen mit ihrer fetten gui - geht das natürlich auch, macht aber keinen spaß und eignet sich höchstens für kurzfristige jobs aber nicht um damit zu arbeiten).

grundsätzlich gilt folgendes: wenn der host im idle-modus vor sich hin dümpelt, bekommt der gast 90 - 95 % der gesamtrechenleistung der cpu - bei einer 1ghz-cpu also etwa 900mhrz. den ram kannst du ja direkt zuweisen - pari-pari ist bei 512 mb noch gut möglich.

die mindestanforderungen für die 5.0 build 13124 hänge ich dir mal drann:

Host System Requirements
What do you need to get the most out of VMware Workstation 5? Take the following list of requirements as a starting point. Remember that the virtual machines running under VMware Workstation are like physical computers in many ways-and, like physical computers, they generally perform better if they have faster processors and more memory.
• PC Hardware

• Memory

• Display

• Disk Drives

• Local Area Networking (Optional)

• Host Operating System

PC Hardware
• Standard x86-compatible personal computer

• 400 MHz or faster CPU minimum (500 MHz recommended)

Compatible processors include
• Intel®: Celeron®, Pentium® II, Pentium III, Pentium 4, Pentium M (including computers with Centrino™ mobile technology), Xeon™ (including "Prestonia")

• AMD™: Athlon™, Athlon MP, Athlon XP, Duron™, Opteron™,

• Experimental support for AMD Sempron™

For additional information, including notes on processors that are not compatible, see the VMware knowledge base at www.vmware.com/support/kb/enduser/std_a ... _faqid=967.
• Multiprocessor systems supported

• 64-bit processor support for AMD64 Opteron, Athlon 64 and Intel IA-32e CPU (including "Nocona")

Memory
• 128 MB minimum (256 MB recommended)

You must have enough memory to run the host operating system, plus the memory required for each guest operating system, and for applications on the host and guest. See your guest operating system and application documentation for their memory requirements.
Display
• 16-bit or 32-bit display adapter recommended

• Linux hosts must have an X server that meets the X11R6 specification (such as XFree86) and a video adapter supported by that server to run guest operating systems in full screen mode

Disk Drives
Guest operating systems can reside on physical disk partitions or in virtual disk files
Hard DIsk
• IDE and SCSI hard drives supported, up to 950 GB capacity

• At least 1GB free disk space recommended for each guest operating system and the application software used with it; if you use a default setup, the actual disk space needs are approximately the same as those for installing and running the guest operating system and applications on a physical computer

• For Installation-80 MB (Linux) or 150 MB (Windows) free disk space required for basic installation. You can delete the installer afterwards to reclaim 56-60 MB.

Optical CDROM/DVDROM Drive
• IDE and SCSI optical drives supported

• CD-ROM and DVD-ROM drives supported

• ISO disk image files supported

Local Area Networking (Optional)
• Any Ethernet controller supported by the host operating system

• Non-Ethernet networks supported using built-in network address translation (NAT) or using a combination of host-only networking plus routing software on the host operating system

Host Operating System
VMware Workstation is available for both Windows and Linux host operating systems.
Windows Host Operating Systems (32-bit)
• Windows Server 2003 Web Edition, Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition, Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition

• Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 1 or 2 (listed versions also supported with no service pack)

• Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 3 or 4, Windows 2000 Server Service Pack 3 or 4, Windows 2000 Advanced Server Service Pack 3 or 4 (listed versions also supported with no service pack)

Windows Host Operating Systems (64-bit)
• Experimental support for Windows Server 2003 64-bit edition

• Experimental support for pre-release Windows XP 64-bit edition

Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher is required for the Windows online help system.
Linux Host Operating Systems
Supported distributions and kernels are listed below. VMware Workstation may not run on systems that do not meet these requirements.
Note: As newer Linux kernels and distributions are released, VMware modifies and tests its products for stability and reliability on those host platforms. We make every effort to add support for new kernels and distributions in a timely manner, but until a kernel or distribution is added to the list below, its use with our products is not supported. Look for newer prebuilt modules in the download area of our Web site. Go to www.vmware.com/download/.
• Now supporting many 2.6 kernels

• Mandrake Linux 10

• Mandrake Linux 9.0-stock 2.4.19

• RHEL AS/ES/WS 4.0-32-bit, 64-bit (experimental)

• RHEL AS/ES/WS 3.0-stock 2.4.21, update 2.4.21-15.EL, 64-bit

• Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1-stock 2.4.9-e3

• Red Hat Linux Advanced Server 2.1-stock 2.4.9-e3

• Red Hat Linux 9.0-stock 2.4.20-8, upgrade 2.4.20-20.9

• Red Hat Linux 8.0-stock 2.4.18

• Red Hat Linux 7.3-stock 2.4.18

• Red Hat Linux 7.2-stock 2.4.7-10, upgrade 2.4.9-7, upgrade 2.4.9-13, upgrade 2.4.9-21, upgrade 2.4.9-31

• SuSE Linux 9.1-stock 2.6.4-52

• SuSE Linux 9.0-stock 2.4.21-99

• SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9.0-32-bit, 64-bit, SP1(listed versions also supported with no service pack)

• SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8-stock 2.4.19, 64-bit

• SuSE Linux 8.2-stock 2.4.20

• SuSE Linux 8.1-stock 2.4.19

• SuSE Linux 8.0-stock 2.4.18

• SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7-stock 2.4.7 and patch 2

• SuSE Linux 7.3-stock 2.4.10

Platforms not listed above are not supported.
A Web browser is required for the Help system.


nimm das mit den "supported linux dirstributions" nicht so genau - vmware läuft auch auf jeder anderen distribution (allerdings ist dann eventuell ein bisschen handarbeit angesagt).

mfg

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Beitragvon baertronics » 06.05.2005, 10:26

Danke für die ausführliche Antwort!


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