Sure, though without computations taking advantage of 64-bit hardware
you’re likely not benefiting significantly from 64-bit on the host. I
typically wouldn’t recommend doing that (six of one, half dozen of the
other at best) unless you have at least four gigabytes of RAM. Not much
harm, but not much benefit for MOST users.
On 07/05/2011 08:06 AM, henkasdf wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I recently installed openSUSE 11.4 64Bit on my desktop computer and it
> is running like a breeze! I have an Intel Dual Core 2.5 and 2GB of RAM
> and a NVIDIA 8400GS 256MB display card.
> I just want to know if 2GB of system RAM would be sufficient to run a
> Windows XP VirtualBox with 768MB of RAM assigned to it?
> PS - openSUSE is still the best of the best!!!
> Many thanks
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