Look no more, as a simple driver option in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf needs to be added to the Device Section: Option “AddARGBGLXVisuals” “True” Now your applications running in VMware Unity mode won’t jump all over the place! The option doesn’t appear to be needed for single monitor setups.
I installed Ubuntu Eucalyptus cloud (#UEC) on a couple of servers at home. I was naively expecting it to be similar to VMware. Oh I was wrong. UEC is the Eucalyptus ‘cloud’ software running on Ubuntu servers. The instances would run under the KVM or Xen hypervisors. Ubuntu’s defaulted to running KVM but isn’t restricted [...]
I’ve been trying to get VMware ESXi 4 on my old MSI MS-7388 motherboard for a long time. No matter what I tried, neither the SATA controller on the motherboard or the add on SATA controller would be recognized. Install VMware ESXi 4.0 on an unsupported motherboard (SATA controller must support AHCI): make sure the [...]