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Project Summary

virt-what is a shell script which can be used to detect if the program is running in a virtual machine.

virt-what supports a very large number of different hypervisor types, including common open source hypervisors (KVM, Xen, QEMU, VirtualBox), mainframe systems like IBM Systemz, LPAR, z/VM, hardware partitioning schemes like Hitachi Virtage, proprietary hypervisors like VMWare, Microsoft Hyper-V and much more.

virt-what is already packaged in Fedora (13+), Red Hat Enterprise Linux (5.7+ and 6.1+), Debian, Ubuntu, ArchLinux and Gentoo, and it can be compiled from source on just about any Linux.

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detection virtualization

In a Nutshell, virt-what...

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30 Day Summary

Feb 6 2017 — Mar 8 2017

12 Month Summary

Mar 8 2016 — Mar 8 2017
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  • 3 Contributors
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