I'd like to figure out how to do the following:
- Run, as a root system\OS, something like Proxmox where a light-weight OS (Linux) is booted and a VM server resides within. (Proxmox claims that the VMs only exhibit a 1-3% "hit" as compared to running as the root OS.)
- Configure and install multiple VMs in said system. (Windows and Ubuntu for instance.)
- Do this all on a laptop and have the root system\OS provide me a mechanism to view each VM full screen, natively and allow me to switch between the two.
The idea is to have to OS's running "natively" at the same time in as close to the root hardware as possible. The ability to switch between the two (and leave each running at the same time). You could perhaps use a key-combo which is intercepted by the root system\OS to switch between the configured VMs.
Does such a system exist? If not, is it feasible? If not, why?