I am trying a Microservices demo that uses Vagrant to start up a VM and deploys software to the started machine.
Because the demo is set up for Linux and I am using Windows (8.1 Pro), I am running the demo in a VirtualBox container on my Desktop, I am using the latest Ubuntu Desktop - V15.04
Vagrant gives an error, and upon investigation I found that the VirtualBox inside my Ubuntu instance is not starting. The error message I get from the VirtualBox GUI inside my VM is "VERR_VMX_NO_VMX", i.e. it is complaining that virtualisation is not available to it.
I have verified that my host machine does have a CPU capable of virtualisation, and it is enabled in my BIOS.
I also checked the Virtualbox file and it has virtualisation enabled:
<Hardware version="2"> <CPU count="1" hotplug="false"> <HardwareVirtEx enabled="true"/> <HardwareVirtExNestedPaging enabled="true"/> <HardwareVirtExVPID enabled="true"/> <HardwareVirtExUX enabled="true"/> <PAE enabled="false"/> <LongMode enabled="true"/> <HardwareVirtExLargePages enabled="true"/> <HardwareVirtForce enabled="false"/> </CPU>
My question: What can I do to get VirtualBox inside my guest Ubuntu to work??