I want to run a (para) virtual machine on my Linux console server.
Catch-22 is that the processor does not support VTX/AMDv, so I have to use para virtualization instead of normal/hardware virtualization.
Unfortunately, Xen cannot bridge the WLAN network adapter on my developer machine.
Therefore I can't use Xen, as I can't get it to work properly. If I use NAT on the developer machine, I can't be sure everything/anything works on the server, and I have experienced enough to know that it's only a question of time (most times a very short time) until this will end in disaster, so I do not want that.
The point is I want to be able to transfer the VM image from the developer machine to the server - unchanged.
Is there any other (=better) para virtualization-capable application for Linux other than Xen ?
For example, VirtualBox seemed to never to have problems with bridging network adapters to wlan0, but AFAIK, VirtualBox needs VTX/AMDv, isn't it ?