Disappointed in VMWare Player

Recently VMWare announced the release of a free (as in beer) “player”. (No link since it’s so easy to find using Google.) I thought this might be a way to finally install Linux on my most powerful machine. If I could use VMWare to run the VirtualPC images I use for work then I can …

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Silly way of setting time on Virtual PCs

A small problem at work, with a silly little solution. This really should be filed under silly-but-I-have-such-a-bad-memory. For some strange reason I can’t always get the Linux system in Virtual PC to use NTP properly. However, it seems my regular Linux machine doesn’t suffer from the problem. I could set up an NTP server, but …

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