Hello to everyone. This project is about to virtualize Android (4) while Ubuntu (11.10) is running on the PandaBoard ES. What is this ?
Virtualize it means that I would like to use these two operating systems simultaneously. One way that can works and that I have explored a little bit is using LXC (Linux Containers)
What is this ?
Linux Containers take a completely different approach than system virtualization technologies such as KVM and Xen, which started by booting separate virtual systems on emulated hardware and then attempted to lower their overhead via paravirtualization and related mechanisms. Instead of retrofitting efficiency onto full isolation, LXC started out with an efficient mechanism (existing Linux process management) and added isolation, resulting in a system virtualization mechanism as scalable and portable as chroot, capable of simultaneously supporting thousands of emulated systems on a single server while also providing lightweight virtualization options to routers and smart phones.
I think that it's possible to use LXC for this project,but I'm not very experienced. You could study better than me this tool and if you think that it's not good,you can offer to me to use something else.