Not sure about Ubuntu & VMWare, but I've found Fedora 14 to be an excellent desktop Linux to run, and VirtualBox runs very nicely on it.
From: oracle-l-bounce_at_freelists.org On Behalf Of Balakrishna Y
Sent: 20 June 2011 10:13
Subject: Having Ubuntu instead of Windows XP for Oracle and for Daily use ? which is best
I'm having currently windows XP and unfortunately my Hard Disk got crashed with is very much because of virus .
I'm planning to have Ubuntu for Oracle and for Daily use also (i.e for MP3,movies etc :) ) .
I'd like to have to Oracle Database & VMware in it for my RAC and ASM etc. in Ubuntu OS . I know Oracle is very much possible with Ubuntu and not about VMware .
So which is best according to your experiences and problems you faced ? please let me know .
Thankful to you all as always :)
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