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Started by Kent Sarikaya, April 23, 2008, 11:37:52 PM

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Kent Sarikaya

I hear about this from the "security now" podcasts: colinux.

It is a linux that runs in windows. Unlike virtualization, it shares the kernel or something to that extent, which puts little of no overhead on the system.


Episode 136: You will probably want to load the text, or pdf file and then just do a search for colinux, it will take you to the text transcript of the show
that contains the discussion about colinux. It is a time saver in case you don't want to listen to the podcast.
I think you guys will find it interesting.