Couldn't find anywhere to make a suggestion for a future article or how-to, but I've always wanted to know how, step-by-step, to create 3 or 4 machines in one by virtualization. You have had articles in the past about virtualization, but I would like to see how to do it on bare-metal. Today's processors and memory can easily handle it, and I would think that is something that a maximum pc reader would want to do; have a couple of flavors of linux running and windows running, all at the same time, but not by an application hypervisor but on the bare-metal. Either VMware or Citrix both have bare-metal hypervisors that are free, but to set it up correctly and efficiently, that is the question. Any chance on showing us how?
Thanks for your consideration!