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My LAMPP server runs on a debian linux OS which is hosted on Oracle Virtual Box. To start the lampp server on mwindows XP PC, I have to:

  1. Open Virtual Box
  2. Start Debian Linux
  3. Open Linux Terminal
  4. Run LAMPP start command.

Is there any way to automate this process or reduce the number of steps?

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migrated from Dec 13 '12 at 19:32

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You can use a .bat file to use vboxmanage to start a vm

Then set the debian vm up to run your LAMPP start command on boot using sysv

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