Why don't you install a VMM and run Linux in a VM? If you like two Linux distros, you can run two VMs!
VMM sounds nice, but I'm looking for a clean install to keep the learning curve down.
Then I can graduate to the big boys club
Is that what we are? I though we were the old boys club...
(smiles) Yes. vSphere from VM ware and HyperV are just new incarnations of IBM's VM/SP with fewer options.
I say that for vSphere 6(?) I think dropped support for reentrant code and modules, though I can not find the source for that. I could be wrong.
Same theory, same practice newer words and I get lost in multilevel GUIs.
IBM had VM/SP on INTEL as project years ago, someone created Hercules to run MVS under VM on Leapord - MAC OS. Not enough time to play with that now.
This whole big data thing needs lots of processing power to help discover which questions and data points to use.
If you ever read "Hitchhikers guide", that is a good explanation of "Here is answer - you just need the right question" Setting up the right question yielding actionable results is hard.
Scott, that is why I'm looking for a light weight OS. Not just for security, fewer programs to hack means fewer back doors, but for efficiency and speed.
I'm using my NUC for more than games because 'Man does not live by "Halo" alone, nor "Tetris" which falleth from heaven. ' - no religious insults intended. All apologies to anyone for any offense.
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