I am VERY new to Linux and am wondering if you can just boot the Linux kernel by itself or does it absolutely HAVE to be apart of an operating system. My reasoning behind wanting to do this is so that ...
I'm learning now how to compile and boot linux kernels. Is there a way to boot kernels in a virtual machine, rather than messing my system? I use VMWare Workstation on Windows 8. Can I use that to ...
The kernel configuration option: VMware Balloon Driver (VMWARE_BALLOON) [N/m/y/?] (NEW) ? CONFIG_VMWARE_BALLOON: This is VMware physical memory management driver which acts like a "balloon" ...