A Better KVM (New Oaktable Network Member)

…from Kevin Closson’s blog…

We just pulled up another chair to the Oaktable Network. This blog entry is to welcome Kurt Van Meerbeeck to the group. Kurt is the author of PePi, Pretoria, and DUDE. While his initials are KVM, I assure you he is much more complex than a KVM.

Welcome Kurt, it is a pleasure to have you on board!





3 Responses to “A Better KVM (New Oaktable Network Member)”

  1. 1 Alex Gorbachev November 21, 2006 at 3:33 am

    Kevin, just to let you know that your link to Pepi doesn’t work – it points to the C: drive.

  2. 2 Bob R November 21, 2006 at 3:53 am

    Speaking of PePi(I think this is the link you meant): http://sourceforge.net/projects/pepi, have you had any experience with solid state disk you could blog about. I’ve been doing some searching lately and have found some cool articles, one by an oak table member. I’d be interested to see any recommendations or results you may have had.


  3. 3 kevinclosson November 21, 2006 at 5:35 am

    Yep, the link to PePi was broken. As for the query about Solid State Disk, yes I have 2 of them in the Lab. I will be blogging quite soon about improved provisioning models that are available. The oaktable article you are referring to would be the one James Morle wrote. While I am also an oaktable member, I didn’t post my Solid State Disk related paper there. It is available in the “Old Papers” section of my “Papers, etc” page–which you can get to from the header on the front page of my blog.

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