So I’ve been playing with some of the Turnkey Linux VMs, which are nice a lightweight Debian Linux OS core packaged with purpose-built software.Continue reading “Tricks for Importing VMware Workstation VMDK to ESXi 6.7”
I saw this on a German web site called speicher.de and I thought it was pretty significant so I thought I’d share a copy of the translation to English
The Asrock J4105-ITX is a useful low-power build that has been confirmed to work as an ESXi IGD GPU passthrough computer with 4K@60Hz HDMI 2.0. It can be had for around $110 for the motherboard.
The real sticking point for ESXi, besides the realtek NIC, is who wants to run an ESXi host that can only support up to 8GB RAM? As that is the official specifications listed on the Asrock web site…
Well this group of hardware testers in Germany has laid that myth to rest by doing their own testing, and they confirm that configurations of up to 32GB work just fine. Have a look:Continue reading “Asrock J4105-ITX 16GB and 32GB memory configuration tests”