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I have had several questions about Cloverleaf and VMWare. Here’s our official position:
1. Cloverleaf is certified against processor chipset and operating system combination.
2. VMWare is not an operating system, therefore Cloverleaf is not certified against VMWare.
3. VMWare is certified to work with a list of processor chipset and operating system combinations for running within their virtual machines.
4. Cloverleaf will work within VMWare virtual machine – as long as the processor/OS environment running within that virtual machine is on the Cloverleaf certified processor/OS list.
For example, VMWare certifies Windows 2003/Xeon to run within a virtual machine. Cloverleaf is certified on Windows 2003/Xeon. VMWare guarantees that an application, in this case, Cloverleaf, that is certified on Windows 2003/Xeon natively will run as normal within a VMWare Windows 2003/Xeon Virtual Machine.
To wit, Cloverleaf will work within VMWare virtual machine – as long as the OS/chip set combination running within that virtual machine is on the Cloverleaf certified OS/chip set certification list.
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