With User Mode Linux you can create virtual Linux machines within a Linux computer and use them to safely test and debug applications, network services, and even kernels. You can try out new distributions, experiment with buggy software, and even test security. Now, for the first time, the creator and maintainer of User Mode Linux shows how to put it to work hands-on. It covers everything from getting started through running enterprise-class User Mode Linux servers.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The Linux kernel has been ported so that it runs on itself, in a set of Linux processes. The result is a user space virtual machine using simulated hardware constructed from services provided by the host kernel. A Linux virtual machine is capable of running nearly all of the applications and services available on the host architecture.
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