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Ubuntu picks KVM over Xen for virtualization

Heading in a different direction from its main rivals, Ubuntu Linux will use KVM as its primary virtualization software.
Read the comment at CNet

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server both use the Xen virtualization software, a “hypervisor” layer that lets multiple operating systems run on the same computer. In contrast, the KVM software runs on top of a version of Linux, the “host” operating system that provides a foundation for other “guest” operating systems to run in a virtual mode.

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