Vmware Server RC2

VMware Server RC 2 har been released! You can download it here.

A great news is that it is now working with startup order, System Startup Options. It was suppose to work in RC1 but it dident…

Some news:

VMware Server RC 2 includes:

Full support for SUSE Linux 10.1 as host and guest operating systems.
Full support for 32-bit Ubuntu 6.x as host and guest operating systems.
Full support for 32-bit Sun Solaris 10.x as guest operating systems.
Full support for 32-bit and 64-bit FreeBSD 6.0 as guest operating systems.
Experimental support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3.0 Update 8 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 Update 4.

Experimental support for 64-bit Ubuntu 6.x as host and guest operating systems.

Experimental support for 64-bit Sun Solaris 10.x as guest operating systems.

RC 1 introduced:
Experimental support for 32-bit and 64-bit FreeBSD 6.0 as guest operating systems.
Experimental support for SUSE Linux 10.1 as host and guest operating systems.

Beta 3 introduced:
Support for taking and reverting to snapshots in the background.
Experimental support for running 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Sun Solaris 10 as guest operating systems.
VMware Virtual Machine Importer version 1.5.
VMware DiskMount Utility for master installation, which lets you mount a Microsoft Windows host file system as a separate drive without connecting to the virtual disk from within a virtual machine.

Beta 2 introduced:
Support for using the VMware Server Console to connect to and configure VMware GSX Server 3 hosts as well as to run virtual machines on VMware GSX Server 3 hosts.
Support for using and upgrading legacy virtual machines.
The Programming API (previously called C API). The Programming API is installed on a Windows host when you perform a complete installation.

Source: VMware Server RC 2 Release Notes http://www.vmware.com

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