On Tue, 24 Jul 2012 15:00:52 -0600, Bob Koehler wrote:I stand by what I said. The virtual machine provided is one that has
> In article <a75sarFdui...@mid.individual.net>, Bob Eager
> <news0...@eager.cx> writes:
>> Every process in VMS runs in a virtual machine.
> VMS has always been "Virtual Memory", but that does not a virtual
virtual memory, virtual I/O, etc. It's just different to any real
machine...the I/O is done via the CMKRNL instructions, etc., but it's
Some people call that kind of virtual machine a 'process virtual machine'
*lightning protection* - a w_tom conductor
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