Wednesday Dec 05, 2007
Wednesday Nov 14, 2007
By Calum-Oracle on Nov 14, 2007
Upgraded my MacBook Pro to 4Gb yesterday, and was eager to play around and see how much it would help. What better way than to fire up all my virtual machines at once and see how it performed? Here's the video... sorry it's a nasty .mov file, but in my defence, it really is encoded as a Theora movie (a plugin for which you may need to install from here, if you're watching on Mac or Windows).
I haven't tried to see if I can trick it into playing in Totem et al. yet on Solaris / Linux-- let me know if you have any joy. For the record, the OSes are OS X 10.4.11, Solaris Nevada b77, Ubuntu Gutsy, and Win XP, all running in VMware Fusion 1.1.
EDIT: Here's a more Solaris-and-Linux-friendly OGG/Theora version.
I am a Principal UX Engineer in the Systems Experience Design team, working at Oracle (via Sun Microsystems) since the turn of the century. I currently work on sysadmin user experience projects for Solaris. Formerly I worked on open source Solaris desktop projects such as GNOME, NWAM and IPS.