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Old 15th October 2012, 06:51
qiubosu qiubosu is offline
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Default install linux server onto a PC or laptou support Cloud Computing (or virtualization)

before install linux server (supports Cloud Computing) onto a PC or laptop, if can't tell from the BIOS, how to identify whether this PC or laptop support Cloud (or virtualization)? how about try to install the server, if it can be installed, then the PC or laptop support Cloud (or virtualization), otherwise, the PC or laptop doesn't support Cloud (or virtualization)? apart from these, are the any other ways to identify this?
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Old 15th October 2012, 06:58
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Hmm, well Mr. senior, I don't find any other way except the one described by you. So, if there is any kindly don't forget to remind me about that one.
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