Windows allowed me to very quickly and easily use tools like logmein. Typically, I do development on the real desktop non-virtual and then deploy or test to virtual machines which I can snapshot and roll back easily. It is brilliant for testing different configurations and setups- working with installers and so on, that is where virtualisation really shines as far as I am concerned, being able to roll things back whenever you need to and run through stuff repeatedy is amazingly useful for identifying problems before your end users run into them. Derek 7, 3 23 Post as a guest Name. Raindog 1 9 I do the programming via network-share samba in Textmate on the host system.
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It is culle for testing different configurations and setups- working with installers and so on, that is where virtualisation really shines as far as I am concerned, being able to roll things back whenever you need to and run through stuff repeatedy is amazingly useful for identifying problems before your end users run into them. Sign up using Facebook. If you are on Windows, Virtual PC is pretty decent for development work.
For a long time, we were developing on very early versions of Visual Studio and the associated. Sign up using Email and Password.
For webdevelopment I like to have the serverpart separeted out into a VM. The end result is that I can’t use Synergy between my desktop and laptop and VPN into my company at the same time. Ates Goral k 22 Not sure if this would be such an issue with.
I use my desktop and laptop for lots of things aside cu;le development. Email Required, but never shown. My machine is fairly beefy. Mainly because my local IT support on the ground supports Windows 7, so I can do things like access all the local file shares and printers in Windows, and then config my Ubuntu VM to cuuple heart’s content. It depends what you are developing and in what language.
It worked amazingly well. I can try new software on the servers and have the ability to revert them back if something is messed up.
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The problem that I have is that our VPN software wants things to be so secure that it will force all network routing through the VPN gateway — even if I’m using additional NICs to network my desktop and laptop through a separate private network. Derek 7, 3 23 Raindog 1 9 Works like a charm!
To protect our real machines from the various problems associated with pre-release software, we did all of our development work inside virtual machines. Another advantage of a VM is having a clean installed base. cuplw
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Frew Schmidt 5, 14 53 I’ve been considering moving back to that model as it makes upgrading the physical hardware a snap not to mention making it easier to deal with hardware failures by just replacing the entire machine: I was doing some work with Visual Studio recently with a Windows XP vm on Linux and somehow cupld guys who made the vm vmware made the windows machine actually run faster. You never know when a piece of software you install is going to conflict, or if the little tweaks and what not you play around with are going to trash v OS.
The solution suggested to me by a co-worker was to setup a VM instance on my desktop and use that for all my VPN needs. Sometimes copying to ckple does not work or gets mixed up between VM’s. Kara 3, 10 41