I recently installed a Ubuntu 12.10 64bit using wubi installer under Windows 8. Every time I start my machine, it will go to the Windows 8 bootloader first and then I can choose which operating system I want.
After I choose ubuntu, the machine will actually start again(go through the bios screen), and then get into the GNU GRUB.
My question is that, after I choose ubuntu in GNU GRUB, I'm in the process of booting up my ubuntu system. However, during this process, I always see a message that shows up in the screen saying
"KVM: disabled by bios"
I googled this message and everything I found was that I need to enable the Intel Virtualization Technology(I have an i5 CPU) in my bios.
I haven't tried to enable the VT feature to see what will happen when ubuntu boots up. But I have a question in my mind: Why do I need the VT for ubuntu?? Is the ubuntu I installed via wubi installer under Window 8 a VM instance?