N/APosted on - 02/07/2015
Does Linux support hyper v and how can I establish to find if my version does? Does the integration of this technology allow for support in a virtual machine running from windows? How can I enable this feature on the Linux version or on the virtual Pc running windows for Linux?
Alternatives for hyper-v in linux ubuntu
To run virtual machine alternative to hyper-v there are so many applications. Like-
VirtualBox: VirtualBox is very popular and useful virtual PC solution. It supports windows, Linux and Mac. Also, this is absolutely free software. You do not have to pay anything for this software.
VMWare: VMware comes in two different flavors. One is VMware player and other is VMware workstations. VMware player is a free software and it is used for personal uses. For the commercial uses VMware workstations is used which is not free. The price of VMware workstation is about $189.
Parallels: Parallels software is very popular for Mac operating system. But it also supports in Windows and in Linux. This is not free software. Near about $80 is the price of this software.
QEMU: Qemu is very powerful and free virtualization software for Linux operating system.