Sun has released the second version of its xVM VirtualBox open source desktop virtualization software and claims it is finding traction for its use among Apple Macintosh users.

VirtualBox enables a developer to develop code on a Mac, a Windows, Linux or Solaris machine and then run it in a virtual machine that mimics its target environment. Sun acquired VirtualBox as open source code when it bought Innotek GmbH, a German desktop virtualization firm, in February. … Go to source

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