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I have VirtualBox 3.1.2 on my Linux workstation and am happy with it. I want to use Palm's "Mojo" SDK -- which uses VirtualBox to run its emulator. The SDK requires VirtualBox versions between 3.0.0 and 3.0.12.

I would prefer NOT to downgrade my workstation's existing VirtualBox setup. Is it [theoretically] possible to have both v3.1.2 and v3.0.12 installed on my workstation at the same time?

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You may be able to if you tell it to install in another directory, but you may have issues with the drivers needed to provide network and such.

Is the Palm's "Mojo" SDK software based only (no hardware device needed?) If so... you could create a new linux VM, and try to install virtualbox 3.0.x...

Doesn't that sound like fun?

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