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i love linux you know that guys!?

 

haha specially xubuntu! lite and secure . plus gaming

 

 

so if anyone here also love linux just reply :)

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I run Mint in a virtual machine.  I primarily use it to keep Facebook sandboxed.

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8 hours ago, jtmulc said:

I run Mint in a virtual machine.  I primarily use it to keep Facebook sandboxed.

 

why in a VM. you give a stress to your RAM men

 

dont soak your machine into a VM machine it makes ram weak

 

use your mint as your secondy os on physical machine . or you can create VHD and attach this to your machine

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52 minutes ago, visualbuffs said:

 

why in a VM. you give a stress to your RAM men

 

dont soak your machine into a VM machine it makes ram weak

 

proof or said for yourself? 

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On 6/14/2017 at 5:29 PM, somebody said:

 I love linux you know that guys!?

Yes, I had one familiar aunt, who said, that all is only the matter of taste and kissed the cow.

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On 6/14/2017 at 4:29 PM, visualbuffs said:

i love linux you know that guys!?

Good for you man !

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1 hour ago, Kalju said:

Yes, I had one familiar aunt, who said, that all is only the matter of taste and kissed the cow.

I'm beginning to like your humour   :lol:

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On 6/15/2017 at 3:37 AM, jtmulc said:

I run Mint in a virtual machine.  I primarily use it to keep Facebook sandboxed.

 

On 6/15/2017 at 0:38 PM, visualbuffs said:

 

why in a VM. you give a stress to your RAM men

 

dont soak your machine into a VM machine it makes ram weak

 

use your mint as your secondy os on physical machine . or you can create VHD and attach this to your machine

 

On 6/15/2017 at 1:31 PM, saeed_dc said:

 

proof or said for yourself? 

 

I have 12GB of ram.  I think I can spare a few GB for a VM.  It does use a VHD, which is located on my 3rd drive, not the drive for my primary OS, nor the drive for my swap fie. I'm not stressing my system.

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1 hour ago, jtmulc said:

I have 12GB of ram.  I think I can spare a few GB for a VM.  It does use a VHD, which is located on my 3rd drive, not the drive for my primary OS, nor the drive for my swap fie. I'm not stressing my system.

 

is there any chart, article or something to show the long run effect of using VMs on RAM?

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20 hours ago, saeed_dc said:

 

is there any chart, article or something to show the long run effect of using VMs on RAM?

 

None that I have ever seen.  I built this system back in 2009, added ram once.  I've been running VMs on it the whole time, haven't noticed any problems.

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2 hours ago, jtmulc said:

 

None that I have ever seen.  I built this system back in 2009, added ram once.  I've been running VMs on it the whole time, haven't noticed any problems.

 

Nice. I used vsphere and vcenter on my home system with 16gb RAM for a while now, no problem either. RAMs are safe as long as they stay cool and under specified voltage. nowhere says that don't use a RAM or graphic card too much because stress can lower their life span, all I read about was keeping them in the safe temperature.

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4 minutes ago, info999 said:

love linux, but use windows avatar :whistle:

How ironic :blink:

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