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according to Oracle Official Doc for Linux Download you can install virtual box by adding it's repository using two ways 1 - add it's repository(according to your ubuntu version) directry into /etc/apt/sources. list file [next line for ubuntu 16. 04
by Alex Last Updated August 05, 2015 18:01 PM I was following this question but found a problem. Use my webcam with Ubuntu running in VirtualBox I used guvcview to test the camera, it works. I installed the 12
I do it of a very similar mode at was proposed above but these script create the required and mount or unmount the shared folder with the following script: #!/bin/bash # # Mount automatically even shared folder on startup and unmount it at shutdown.
This question already has an answer here: Kernel driver not installed (rc=-1908) The VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kernel module by executing '/e
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Questions: I’m a newbie in linux. I installed Fedora 16 OS as guest in virtualbox on Window 7. Now, I want to access share folder from Fedora
I followed video and installed Ubuntu Server 14. 04 LTS on Oracle Virtual Box, then I started another virtual machine (VM01) and installed Ubuntu server 14. 04 LTS on that virtual machine, says it was successful
Many users prefer to test ReactOS under emulators and virtualization software like QEMU or VMware, but for testing their software they will need to copy their files into the . iso images and add them into proper directories which can become a difficu
I'm having some problems trying to run my Windows XP virtual machine after upgrading to Ubuntu 14. 04 today. When I tried to start it a message dialog was displayed saying that the kernel drivers aren't installed, in concrete they should be provided
First, look for the Git Bash prompt provided by msysGit. It's probably on your desktop, but if you can't find it there, have a look in the Start Menu. This is a version of Bash, which is a standard shell on GNU/Linux systems (for shell basics, start