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There is some version of portable vmware or portable player for memories usb "memorystick" ?
There are some project or working group working on it?
It could create a working group to create a portable vmware.
It would be interesting to bring in a memorystick or memory usb on vmware with our favorite virtual machine.
I make something like that - look at my moa-project.
It allows to create a USB-stick which boots into BartPE and then can start a VM of your choice
Very nice information and site! I'm building my memory drive now (8gb thumbdrive)!!
I still prefer booting from CD and then loading into RAM. Then I use VMs from USB-disks
USB-thumbdrives boot on one box but maybe not on the next - CDs boot almost everywhere
Hi folks. One other thing to consider... Using a thumb drive allows you to make changes on the fly where booting from CD does not. I've expermented on both, being a hack (of sorts), I prefer the thumbdrive. Each has its pros(CD=quicker and as noted, boots from just about any machine as long as they have the memory) & cons (CD's are limited in space, no changes to either Bart's config or updating the VM). All depending on how you intend to use it I suppose.
Yes, Moa is good.
It is also possible to builld a vmware player into an Ubuntu Live disk
(Allthough they can't run your VM:)
You might also want to look at MokaFive, its proprietary but based on VMware I think & allows writing user filesystem data back to the USB.
Also there is Qemu-Puppy, which will either boot Linux or run it in Qemu, again writing user filesystem data back to the USB while tryimg to limit flash writes.