VirtualBox

Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #4032, comment 149


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  • Ticket #4032, comment 149

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    1 It sure would be nice to have a multi-os hypervisor that supports nested virtualization on Linux and Windows.  It would make development environments highly portable and host OS agnostic.  Instead I have to tweak things for Xen, KVM, Hyper-V, and hyperkit depending on what project we are working on.  Waiting 9 years for a feature the all other modern hypervisors have had for years makes it hard to take VirtualBox seriously anymore.  I have uninstalled it from all our systems and will not look back until the DEVs start taking this issue seriously. 
     1It sure would be nice to have a multi-os hypervisor that supports nested virtualization on Linux, Windows, and MacOS.  It would make development environments highly portable and host OS agnostic.  Instead I have to tweak things for Xen, KVM, Hyper-V, and hyperkit depending on what project we are working on.  Waiting 9 years for a feature the all other modern hypervisors have had for years makes it hard to take VirtualBox seriously anymore.  I have uninstalled it from all our systems and will not look back until the DEVs start taking this issue seriously. 

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