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 Configuring a Linux/VMware GSX Server

LInux Journal tells us how to configure a Linux/VMware GSX Server.

"Out of the box, the Linux kernel comes configured to support a great many devices, filesystems and networking protocols. But only a small portion of the supported devices are needed for a typical GSX server, and some that aren't included in the default kernel may need to be added. For some of you, the stock kernel configuration may work fine for your GSX implementation. Depending on your needs or any special hardware requirements, however, you may have to resort to building a custom kernel."

 (Submitted by Noel Fri Jul 5, 2002 )


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