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comment Lightweight VirtualBox Host OS for single guest
while esxi is free (for 1 processor, up to 4 cores, 32gb ram limit) the downsides are that the "linuxy" host OS is very much stripped down (has a bash-like shell, but can't install bash), the filesystem that it runs is in memory, the system's changes are backed up, but editing things (like /etc/) is hard bc they are overwritten on startup, and the vsphere client is windows only- except for the "web client" which is flash based but unfortunately not part of the free tier, oh and if you do buy it that way that needs a running server, minimum of "windows server 2008". i may go back to virtualbox
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comment How can I pipe data over network or serial to the display of another linux machine?
@MichaelHomer - thanks, that seems to work well
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comment How can I pipe data over network or serial to the display of another linux machine?
That might be the solution. Let me do some testing and I will be back to select this as the solution if I have some luck. Thank you
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accepted How can I recreate a VT100 environment and connect an Esprit 250C Terminal?
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comment How can I recreate a VT100 environment and connect an Esprit 250C Terminal?
This is looking very promising! Say I am using a serial to RJ45 or RJ11 adapter - a lot of them have 'configurable pins' ( updated question with an image of these ) - how do I know which pins I use for gnd, tx, rx, etc ?