And it's official: XNAT 1.6.3 virtual machines now available!

We've spent the day doing some testing and fixing on the XNAT 1.6.3 virtual machines and are now ready to call them release ready. There are more details at the XNAT Virtual Machine page and in the README available on the FTP site (later, I'll get that formatted for real-sies and pushed onto the documentation page). The basic facts are that there are four separate configurations, 32-bit vs. 64-bit and desktop and server versions of each, each packaged as an Open Virtualization Format archive that is importable into all of the standard VMWare tools as well as VirtualBox. There's a quick start in the README to walk you through importing these VMs into the virtualization platform of your choice. Go ahead, go grab a VM, and try it out!

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