Category: VirtualBox

Change Configuration of Existing VirtualBox Virtual Machines

From CPU and RAM to disk size, VirtualBox allows you to tweak several configurations in a virtual machine even after creating it.

Source: Change Configuration of Existing VirtualBox Virtual Machines (It’s FOSS)

Install Ubuntu on Windows Using VirtualBox [Complete Guide]

Step by step guide on how to install Ubuntu Linux on Windows using Oracle VirtualBox and start using it with additional tips.

Source: Install Ubuntu on Windows Using VirtualBox [Complete Guide] – DebugPoint.com

Link: How To Share Disks In VirtualBox Between Linux Guest OS

Let me show you in this small  tutorial, how to share 1 disk between 2 Linux guests os in Virtualbox.

This tutorial will be very helpful, if you want to Configure and play with GFS or cluster machines.

Full article here:
How To Share Disks In VirtualBox Between Linux Guest OS (Unixmen)

Link: The Power User’s Guide to Better Virtual Machines in VirtualBox

VirtualBox is great for testing out a new operating system, but your virtual machines probably aren’t that special when you first set them up. Here are a few tips for making them much easier to use—not to mention more powerful.

If you’re unfamiliar with VirtualBox, it’s our favorite virtualization app, perfect for testing out a new OS, or running that one app you can’t get in yours. We already have a beginner’s guide to VirtualBox (so go there if this is your first time), but setting up your virtual machine only gets you so far. VirtualBox is packed with more advanced features that let you run your virtual machines full screen, create “snapshots” of a certain point in time, or even run virtualized apps on your regular desktop.

Full article here:
The Power User’s Guide to Better Virtual Machines in VirtualBox (Lifehacker)
Related:
Portable VirtualBox Lets You Take Your Virtual Machines Anywhere (Lifehacker)

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