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Sun open sources Mac OS X virtualisation tool!

While people are watching Parallels and VMware go after the desktop virtualization market on Apple, Sun has a very strong message to the world. The "new-order" is about freedom and open minds.

SUN MICROSYSTEMS has unveiled a useful little update to its xVM VirtualBox, open sauce desktop virtualisation, which now has support for both Solaris and Mac OS X.

The update means that Sun is now officially the first firm to have launched open source virtualisation for those particular two operating systems.

Sun is seeking a niche in the big-business virtualisation market. Its Virtual Box, which was developed by German company Innotek, bought by Sun this February, can run as an application on a host operating system, allowing several guest OSs to run on top of it.
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You can download as many flavors as you want, including Mac OS X intel

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