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  • kms8888 kms8888 Sep 11, 2007 1:35 PM Flag

    technical translation of the latest press release please

    Can anyone share what the bottom line of the latest release means to everyday users at work? Thanks.

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    • which release are you referring to?

      • 3 Replies to vissertj9434
      • i'm not sure which release he was talking about but i would like a translation on this release
        by bullrun567... [19 minutes ago]

      • this one. thanks.

        SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- VMware, Inc., the virtualization leader, today at VMworld 2007 announced that it has released a majority of VMware Tools as open source software as part of the project Open Virtual Machine Tools. VMware Tools is a set of guest operating system virtualization components that enhance performance and improve management of VMware virtual machines. Open Virtual Machine Tools (open-vm-tools) is hosted at, and the source code is available today to enable Linux vendors to integrate open-sourced VMware Tools into upcoming versions of their operating systems.

        Open Virtual Machine Tools enables VMware to better support customers by integrating with Linux distribution partners to streamline the delivery, maintenance and support of these guest OS components. This open source project is designed to enable VMware to work with the broader community to make the benefits of virtualization more accessible. Areas of expected collaboration with the community include porting to new operating systems, increasing user involvement in the development and testing process, and creating innovative technologies. Open Virtual Machine Tools is also expected to benefit other open source virtualization projects as well as enable enhanced manageability and performance for VMware virtual appliances.

      • he's probably referring to the integration with linux OS

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