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this is about those who have virtualbox installed on there macheine.


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 oqo portable pc

 
 by EDWARD0S on: Mar 31 2008
 
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this is one of the coolest portable pcs i have seen.

http://www.oqo.com/store/shop.cgi/op/op_index.html

i would check out the site if i were you it fits in your hand.

oh i apologize also for adding it cause im spamming this group. i just thought that you guys may want to see it.


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 Re: oqo portable pc

 
 by compris on: May 16 2008
 
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Dude why did you post this OQO! I just talked to the people that sell it and I can tell you that I must get, must get it. They said that there would be no problems installing anything on it even operating systems.


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 CPU Heat

 
 by mikef1016 on: May 14 2008
 
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Hello Everyone!

I have used VirtualBox for some time now and have tried Qemu, VMware, and Parallels. I am currently running VirtualBox 1.6 which is the first release since Sun acquired Innotec.

I have a question for everyone! I have noticed my CPU temperature seem to jump up pretty high when running a virtual machine. I am assuming because I am putting a high demand on my CPU but I getting these temps even at idle. My temps usually idle at 38-42 degrees C. When I am running a virtual machine at idle (both guest and host) my temps are 56-58 degrees C.

Is anyone else experiencing this?

Here are my Specs.
2.4Ghz Intel Quad Core Q6600
with VT and G0 Stepping
4GB 800Mhz RAM
512 ATI PCI-Express Video Card
Intel Extreme MB
950Watt P.S.


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 Re: CPU Heat

 
 by GnomeFanatic on: Jul 6 2009
 
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No and my specs are not even half as good as yours. I can't really help you with your problem as I don't know what could be wrong.


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 Re: Re: CPU Heat

 
 by Linukcs on: Jul 7 2009
 
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Hello and thanks

Well, it depends of the memory quantity you allow to the Virtual machine.

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Here are my Specs.
2.4Ghz Intel Quad Core Q6600
with VT and G0 Stepping
4GB 800Mhz RAM
512 ATI PCI-Express Video Card
Intel Extreme MB
950Watt P.S.


If you allow more than 1Go to your virtual machine, the computer will start to swap, and it is not really good there. Remember to check your video card memory on the VM, because the graphic desktop pump directly on the physical RAM memory and not (as we could think) at the Graphical Card Ram.

And do not forget that when you start a Virtual Machine, you don't have one computer to support but two computers. With a desktop support, you split the performance by 3 .

I See you have VT... interesting. What about using Xen? Does Virtualbox support the complete OS virtualisation?

Then, me I've a Debian SID on VM, and it works.


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 by hunterhdolan on: Jul 7 2009
 
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I love virtual box but why would you make a group about. Just to say that you use it. No offense at all.


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 Re: ?

 
 by Linukcs on: Jul 7 2009
 
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Just to say that we use it. It's all.
Like "Ubuntu users" use ubuntu, we use virtualbox.


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 Re: Re: ?

 
 by hunterhdolan on: Jul 7 2009
 
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Oh well then I am a member


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