Re: Resizing virtual display on virtual machine

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Regression!?

It sux!!!

Has anyone compared the alternatives?  Xen, vmware, qemu, kvm, virtualbox?

Yes, Xen and virtualbox are pretty much the same except for the admin tools.

I'm not sure if the qemu/kvm question even tracks.

   Dale


On 06/05/2010 12:24 PM, Joe Conway wrote:
> On 06/04/2010 10:56 AM, Christoph A. wrote:
>    
>> I was also looking for an answer to this question yesterday and got a hint:
>>
>> http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/users/2010-June/374160.html
>>
>> 1) set the video model to vga
>> 2) within the VM: 'yum install system-config-display'
>> ->  use it to set a new display with beter resolution
>>
>> I did that and got a higher resolution but unfortunately with a poor
>> performance.
>>      
> Interesting. I had not yet run any VMs since upgrading from fedora 12 to
> 13 -- there does seem to have been a fairly significant regression in VM
> video performance under fedora 13. Anyone else seeing this? Any known
> solutions (could not find with a quick search)?
>
> Joe
>
>    


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