Hyper-V Program Manager
Updated integration components for Hyper-V RC are now available for download. You can find out more about this here: http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/archive/2008/04/01/linux-integration-components-for-hyper-v-rc-now-available.aspx
Note that these integration components only provide accelerated storage / network drivers - it does not provide integrated mouse / etc...
How is the hardware enumerated within the guest. Is it as a synthetic device much like Windows 2008 and Windows Vista SP1?
SUSE 10 SP1 is working except the mouse. Is there a synthetic mouse device?
Great, now only if we can get the Integration Tools for Windows 2003 SP1 and Windows 2000 Server.
There are plenty of legacy machines out there that would benefit greatly from virtulization. Quite a few of these can't be upgraded due to legacy applications.
Any plans for this?
@Roger Black: Yes - the devices are synthetic.
@lam: No - the integration components provide support for the synthetic network/storage devices only.
How about other distributions than Suse Linux 10? How do they work or do they work at all..?