Well, I'm impressed. The speed that this operates is something else! I used to run Win4Lin9x on a Suse box, and it ran like a slug, and required special kernels to be loaded that hobbled a whole lot of other things, eg video. But this runs at near native speeds (YMMV) with XP Pro installed. Now I can have my DreamWeaver! Yay! I found some more details , relating specifically to Ubuntu, here:
This is marvellous technology, thanks Innotek.
I recognise that it is structured around Qemu, but I could never get that to work happily with networking, which made it kind of useless. But this system has an excellent user manual (so long as you are prepared to get a bit geeky), and works quite well. The only hassle so far is getting the Innotek window to give up it's mouse capture, as it says it should. Oh, just enable it to install guest additions, and that's sweet :-) It even handles removable USB devices!
Pretty much the only thing it cannot do is Directx games. Can't win'em all.
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