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Can you run VMWare ESX inside of VMWare server

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Can you run VMWare ESX inside of VMWare Server? I know you can run ESX inside of VMWare workstation 6. I know it won't be fast, but I'd like to use VMWare server as it is free. Just for testing purposes.
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Question by:dladowitz
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by:sabioit
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Select to create a linux computer
and then boot from the image
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Yes,

Create a VM, VMWare workstation 6. Test to see if it's runnig ok. next, migrate to a VMware server. :-)
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Luciano Patrão earned 500 total points
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Hi

Creating  a Vmware as a VM is not as easy that you think

But the http://www.xtravirt.com/ have found a way doing this on a Workstation 6, i never tried on Vmware Server ESX

http://www.xtravirt.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=103&Itemid=109
for best view use Internet Explorer

Hope this can help

Jail
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