I need to install one of the Ubuntu 64 bits with at least 32 GB Memory, unfortunately I don't physically have 32 GB RAM, so what I am intending to do is allocate some of my RAM (let's say 2-4 GB) and the rest from my SSD.
Now up to this point it might sound easy, I could just allocate 2-4 GB memory from virtual host and while installing the VM I could specify vRAM swap as 30 GB. However that is not the case. The virtual machine has to be installed on an HDD. So in my case I will be installing my Ubuntu to my harddisk and use my SSD for most part of the memory.
My OS is Windows 8.1, and I could allocate Virtual Ram, but that wouldn't work because VirtualBox max limit for memory allocation is 8 GB.
Is there a way to do this?