I tried out unRAID last year as an alternative to VMWare vSphere because getting non-server hardware to work with vSphere is getting more difficult with each release. Now I know that unRAID's bread and butter is functioning as a NAS, but in recent releases they've added a ton of features, one of them being VM hosting support via QEMU. One of the surprising features that led me to eventually pu ...
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Isn't this supposed to be easy?
Are you crazy like me and love to fit as many Operating Systems on one machine as possible in the rare case you need to test something out in Windows, OS X and Linux all at the same time? Well, if you're not, then this article is probably not for you. For the 5 people in the world who can relate, this read will solve a problem that's bee ...