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Oracle VirtualBox : Now Oracle run guest OS

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    Oracle morrow released its Oracle VirtualBox 3.1.4. Its the first release under Oracle.Its previous release was suffering from severe regressions. Virtual box is a type 2 hypervisor which is most used in linux for running windows applications. In their default repo we have VirtualBox Open Source Edition.VirtualBox supports hardware virtualisation of both AMD-V and Intel-VT-x.
    It supports both architecture x86 and x86_64. It supports all linux distros and also kernel 2.4. It supports windows 7 and solaris also.

    Using it quite simple open the virtual box click on create machines and just follow the instructions. You can find virtual images from net but you canuse your iso also to create a one. Its default image is odi but it supports vmware images also.

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    read the manual instruction

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke Skywalker View Post
    Oracle morrow released its Oracle VirtualBox 3.1.4. Its the first release under Oracle.Its previous release was suffering from severe regressions. Virtual box is a type 2 hypervisor which is most used in linux for running windows applications. In their default repo we have VirtualBox Open Source Edition.VirtualBox supports hardware virtualisation of both AMD-V and Intel-VT-x.
    It supports both architecture x86 and x86_64. It supports all linux distros and also kernel 2.4. It supports windows 7 and solaris also.

    Using it quite simple open the virtual box click on create machines and just follow the instructions. You can find virtual images from net but you canuse your iso also to create a one. Its default image is odi but it supports vmware images also.
    I use virtualbox to try the various new distros to get a feel of the same. As mandriva is my primary OS it always come with virtualbox. Don't know whether mandriva will continue the same as virtualbox is under oracle.

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    It looks like CRGE is making a move and I am going to invest some more into it. Check it out and see what you think.

    please also comment about it.

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    I am currectly using Micorsoft Virtual PC but I am get bored from this because it is not able to install anothe OS like Linux in windows.I want to install and try the Apple MAC OSX in my PC.I read on virtual box site that they support MAC OSX as guest so can I easily install this in virtual box or need some help.

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