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Introducing the OpenBSD Virtualization FAQ

Contributed by Peter N. M. Hansteen on from the vmm! vmm! dept.

Returning readers are likely aware that OpenBSD in its OpenBSD/amd64 and OpenBSD/i386 varieties comes with virtualization built in, brought to you by the vmm(4) subsystem.

Now getting started with OpenBSD virtualization has become even easier: The OpenBSD FAQ has a new Virtualization section, written mainly by Solene Rapenne (solene@) and added to the site in this commit, that offers an introduction to the concepts as well as instructions on how to get started with vmm(4).

That's right: go read the thing, and play with vmm! Thanks, Solene!

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  1. By Will Backman (bitgeist) bitgeist@yahoo.com on http://bsdtalk.blogspot.com

    So glad to see the FAQ. Thank you.

    Perhaps a preface that adds something like ”OpenBSD has had support for third-party virtualization software like qemu for a long time, but OpenBSD has also recently added vmm...”

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