Questions about: virtualization

1. Install Extension PackUSB 1. 0 is supported in the version installed from the Ubuntu repositories (from VirtualBox > 4
ok i had the same problem, it turned out for me that it was a startup script i was running. the init. d directory as you know is just a place to hold all the startup scripts, rc0
This article shows you step by step how to virtualize an existing Linux partition. Here a physical system installed on a USB stick is converted to a virtual machine. Create the Virtual Disk Image (VDI) Open your terminal and run the dd tool to firtst