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Neverware CloudReady VM (for VMWare/VirtualBox) [FREE]

Recently several tech sites ran article about using Neverware’s customized version of Chrome OS to turn old PC hardware into Chromebooks. That is of course very cool 🙂 However, would like to be able to easily test Chrome OS on modern (relatively) high-end hardware. Preferably without having to dual boot. Virtual machines to the rescue! Here is the download link for Neverware’s VM, it works with both VMware and VirtualBox: http://go.neverware.com/freeVM44 Here are screenshots I took of the installation process

FREE performance monitoring tools for ESXi

FREE (and pay) performance monitoring tools for ESXi (retain weeks of data, not just an hour) If you have used ESXi much you have probably realized it only shows you one hour worth of performance data. Sure this is handy for checking real time performance but it really stinks when you need to analyze performance during the week/month/year. So, as I find tools for overcoming this limit and helping in ESXi performance monitoring I will post the links here.  🙂

Where is the location of my VM in VMWare Server 2?! [solved]

Q. Hello, I have a VMWare Server 2 setup that I am trying to administer. I cannot find the folder/directory where the VM (and the .VMX files etc.) are located. Can you help me find the location of the VM? Thx. A. Certainly! I can understand your confusion. The VMWare Server 2 web-based admin interface is much different than the original VMWare Server 1 and the various VMWare Workstation interface. This screenshot will show you the screen that you need