I'm Trying to install android OS on a hypervisor using KVM, on my zorin OS. Please read everything below & see if you can help/improve on my progress & maybe you can comment if the A.I. got anything wrong.
I used A.I. to help me, as an experimentation. I have 6GB of ram on my laptop. So i initially asked Chat GPT4 what the lowest RAM intensive hypervisor is? It answered:
“While it's difficult to definitively determine the lowest RAM-intensive hypervisor, a few lightweight and low-resource hypervisors are popular among developers and users with limited hardware resources. Some of these include:
- Xen - Xen is an open-source, bare-metal hypervisor that requires minimal resources to run. It is commonly used in cloud computing and can be managed with various management tools like Xen Orchestra or the command-line interface.
- KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) - KVM is another open-source, bare-metal hypervisor that is integrated into the Linux kernel. It is lightweight and has a lower memory footprint compared to other full-fledged hypervisors. It can be managed using tools like virsh, virt-manager, or Proxmox VE.
- VirtualBox - Although not as lightweight as Xen or KVM, VirtualBox is a popular Type 2 (hosted) hypervisor that runs on top of an existing operating system. It is open-source and supports a wide range of guest operating systems. VirtualBox is relatively easy to use and has a user-friendly interface but may not be as efficient as bare-metal hypervisors.
- VMware ESXi Free - VMware ESXi is a bare-metal hypervisor offered by VMware. The free version has some limitations compared to the paid version, but it is still a powerful and efficient hypervisor that requires relatively low resources.
When considering the lowest RAM-intensive hypervisor, it's important to take into account the specific use case, hardware requirements, and desired features. For lightweight, low-resource environments, Xen and KVM are excellent choices, while VirtualBox and VMware ESXi Free can be suitable for users who require more advanced features or compatibility with specific guest operating systems."
I also asked Vertex A.I./Google-PaLM, the same question:
"The lowest RAM intensive hypervisor is KVM. KVM is a type 1 hypervisor that runs directly on the host hardware and does not require a separate operating system. This makes it more lightweight than other hypervisors, such as VMware and Hyper-V, which are both type 2 hypervisors that run on top of an existing operating system. KVM is also free and open source, which makes it a popular choice for running virtual machines on low-resource systems."
I then asked Google-PaLM, " please give me instructions on how to install android OS on a hypervisor using KVM, on my zorin OS?":
Here was the transcript & terminal results for Google-PaLM's guidance, see the pdf download link: https://files.fm/u/epj7dqzhq
Lastly, i told it to do a deep scan & study of forum.zorin.com, it said it would do this, but not sure how deep it will dig into the site & crawl & learn from it.