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Ubuntu VM pinging each other with Internet

I am using Ubuntu 11.10 and installed the Virtualbox from the Ubuntu Software Center. Later on, I installed three (3) Windows XP Virtual Machines. I'm trying to get all of the three VMs to ping each ...
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497 views

Virtualbox Guest memory limitation with 64bit guest on 32bit host?

I use Ubuntu 10.10 (32bit) as the host operating system. However I have enabled PAE so I can see the full 8GB of memory installed on my machine. I use VirtualBox 4.1.8 to create virtual machines ...
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878 views

Ubuntu Guest on Virtual Box keeps crashing

Hi I have a Windows 7 Host, with following specs 4GB RAM i3 processor 500GB HD (any other detail required? If so please ask.) I have Virtual Box v3.2.12 I installed Ubuntu 10.10 on Virtual Box ...
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using ubuntu-server in full screen mode - VirtualBox

I have installed ubuntu-server 11.10 in virtual box. but unfortunately the screen is small. I installed VirtualBox guest additions to see it full screen(like what I do for windows). Now it is ...
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Installation of Mac OS X Leopard in Virtual Box 4 on Ubuntu 11.10 [closed]

I need to install OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.4 on a VM in Virtual Box on Ubuntu 11.10, I have HP ProBook 4530. I tried to figure out many ways found on internet. But every time it stuck on the these ...
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646 views

Microsoft 2010 Information Worker Demonstration Virtual Machine on VirtualBox?

Since I'm looking to improve my Sharepoint knowledge, I downloaded the 2010 Information Worker Demonstration and Evaluation Virtual Machine (SP1) from Microsoft ...
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49 views

Share Virtual Box files to Windows Network (

I have a Virtual Box with Ubuntu 10.10 minimal installed. The computers that is running the virtual box is windows 7. How would I be able to access the files in the virtual box from Windows?
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“Invalid argument” or “No such file or directory” during mounting a shared folder between Win 7 Host and Ubuntu 10.10 Guest

Host is Windows 7 and has e:\uShared as a folder to be shared with VB Guest Ubuntu 10.10 Guest is Ubuntu 10.10 and has home/darius/shfolder to be used to share files with host OS. I have gone to VB ...
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Best way to virtualize physical Windows 7 installation in Linux?

Ever since I saw a friend running Windows 7 inside Mac OS X with VMware Fusion, I've been trying to do the same on my laptop, in order to avoid having to reboot every time I have to use a Windows ...
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Can't install Guest Additions using VirtualBox, Ubuntu guest OS, Win7 host OS

I'm new to VirtualBox and Linux. I've set up VirtualBox 4.0.4 on Windows 7. Successfully created a virtual machine running Ubuntu server 10.10 64 bit. I'm trying to set up Shared Folders. Prerequisite ...
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Use existing Windows 7 installation with VirtualBox in Ubuntu 10.10

I have two operating systems: Windows 7 Professional and Ubuntu 10.10 (dual boot). I wish to use this existing Windows installation using VirtualBox in Ubuntu as well as use it in the native mode. ...
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extending xorg.conf to account for a boot from virtual box

i have a ubuntu10.10/win7 dual boot. i use win7 as a host for virtual box and run the existing ubuntu in virtual box. when i installed vb additions and extensions, the xorg.conf file got ...
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VirtualBox 4.0.2 Map XP Host C:\ with Ubuntu 10.10 guest

I'm using VirtualBox 4.0.2 with Ubuntu 10.10 as a guest. I'm trying to map my Windows XP C:\ drive under the guest to share documents. I can map a server by going to Places --> Connect to Server... ...
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VirtualBox: booting cloned disk

I'm trying to boot an existing Windows XP installation under Linux. It was a piece of cake under VMWare Fusion, but I've been pulling my hair out to do the same thing on Ubuntu 10.10. First I tried ...
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How can I configure a network interface to be available to a VirtualBox guest and be unused by the host?

On a host system with two physical network interfaces, how can I designate one interface to be used only by a VirtualBox guest OS? Both host and guest are Ubuntu 10.10 running NetworkManager. ...