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I try to setup development enviroment for Android apps. Before all my development was performed in ubuntu running with virtual box. I have install adt plugin for my eclipse and download Android SDK in this Ubuntu, but find out that android emulator didn't start in virtualbox VM. At present moment I didn't find any clear tutorial hwo to run anroid emulator in eclipse under VirtualVM, instead I find a lot of notice about very slow working of emulator in VirtualVM and recomendation to use Android x86 as Virtual VM for debugging. I wonder if there is a way to start two Virtual VM (Ubuntu with IDE and Android x86 for debugging) and connect them somehow to allow debug code from Ubuntu in Android x86?

P.S. I also will be thankful for clear tutorial how to run emulator in eclipse in VirtualVM.

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What are the specs of your VM? How much RAM did you give it, and how many virtual processors? 2 separate virtual machines sounds like overkill, lets try to figure out the root cause of the problem. – BigHomie Jul 17 '13 at 12:07
At ubuntu now I set 2 processors and 4Gb of RAM. Total in my system 8Gb ram and 4 processors (Intel i3), as I read for android x86 512Mb + 1 processor is enought. Root of the problem I already write - android emulator didn`t start in VM (Ubuntu). I find out this… on this problem. – sphinks Jul 17 '13 at 12:12

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