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==== Enable paravirtualization support ====
 
==== Enable paravirtualization support ====
 
Normally, guests can't tell they're in a virtualized environment. Better performance can be obtained by bending this restriction a little, such as by installing guest tools. Some modern operating systems such as Ubuntu 7.04 go even further, with the kernel itself being virtualization-aware. To enable this in Fusion, add <code>vmi.present = "TRUE"</code> to the virtual machine's vmx file. <br>
 
Normally, guests can't tell they're in a virtualized environment. Better performance can be obtained by bending this restriction a little, such as by installing guest tools. Some modern operating systems such as Ubuntu 7.04 go even further, with the kernel itself being virtualization-aware. To enable this in Fusion, add <code>vmi.present = "TRUE"</code> to the virtual machine's vmx file. <br>
To check if VMI is enabled you can run <code>#grep VMI /boot/config-<kernel version></code>. This feature was added to the kernel in version 2.6.22.
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To check if VMI is enabled you can run <code>#grep VMI /boot/config-<kernel version></code>. This feature was added to the kernel in version 2.6.21. .
  
 
==== Enable scaled fullscreen guest ====
 
==== Enable scaled fullscreen guest ====

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