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Batteries and VM Tools Not Included

May 23, 2011 No Comments

Remember as a kid when you opened a present–some new gizmo with flashing lights, cool sounds and maybe a little action–only to find those three little words that extracted every bit of wind from your fully inflated sails? Batteries Not Included. And, remember how frustrating it was to find D-cell batteries on a Sunday? In many parts of the country, it was impossible. You possibly also remember how I wrote, “Wanted: A Virtual Machine OS,” last week where I described my desire for a pre-optimized virtual machine operating system with which I could work. Somewhere during an operating system installation, the developers should insert a message that tells us, “VM Tools Not Included.”

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