Managing ESX(i) with a cross platform adobe air application. Matt reviews BlueBear's Kodiak. Want to boot ISO files directly from USB? Darren explores the options with GRUB Legacy and GRUB 2, plus tweaks for Persistent installations, nested menus, notes and more.
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Darren Kitchen discusses the evolution of his favorite boot loader, Grub, and points out USB installation options and Grub2's loopback option. He also discusses persistent changes, nested menus, and notes.
Darren also checks out LiveUSB, a tool that promises to automate the process of building a USB Multi Boot tool. Note: The site and application are all in French.
More information on the USB Multipass can be found on the dedicated forum.
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Matt Lestock reviews BlueBear's Adobe Air-based application for managing mixed virtualization environments. Kodiak currently supports VMware ESX servers with Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V compatibility coming soon. This cross platform management application is pretty slick!