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SubjectRe: Simple patches for Linux as a guest OS in a plex86 VM (please consider)
Hi!

> I'm working on running Linux as a guest OS inside a
> lightweight cut-down plex86 environment. My goal is to
> run a stock Linux kernel, which can be slimmed down to
> the essentials via kernel configuration, since a guest
> OS doesn't need to drive much hardware.

Can you explain a bit more about plex86? I thought plex86 aims to be
complete machine emulation, capable of running winNT (for example). I
don't think M$ will accept such a patch from you...

Or will it only increase performance when running under plex86?

Pavel

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