I run 11.10 64 bit on HP-EliteBook (I5 6gig ram).
There are especially two hardware parts which are not recognized by Ubuntu but I want to pass them on to the Win 7 which I run in virtual env via Virtual box (got from Oracle site).
First is Acer Iconia A500 Tab. There are no drivers for Ubuntu (This is NOT a complain on Ubuntu drivers). But I want to be able to communicate to it.
I've been using windows for years and thought I'd give Linux a try. As listed in the title, I'm trying to run Ubuntu through Oracle's Virtual box. When I go to the Install for Ubuntu, I get a black screen saying that the kernel version I am currently using is i686 rather than the x86-64 CPU....where do I go from here?
I need to use Oracle developer tools on my notebook that is running ubuntu 11.10.
Because Oracle tools are not installable under ubuntu without any problems theres is an idea to run Oracle Linux under some virtual partition under ubuntu.
I am trying to create a Virtual Desktop collection, when ever i reach the page where it asks to select a Virtual Desktop Template it does not detect any Virtual Desktop even when I have a VM on the server and it has been sysprep'd. Is there any specific location where I should store the Virtual Desktop?
can any one suggest what should I do, I have attached a picture of where I get stuck.
I'm not sure this is the appropriate forum to post this question to so if it is not, please be kind. It is my goal to set up a virtual machine using Oracle VM VirtualBox which is capable of being accessed by the host through a web page. I'm attempting to use the virtual machine as a Samba server that also runs CUPS.
I've done a lot of search and I couldn't find any thing similar to what I need !
I just want a software or and command line method that let's me have many virtual usbs on my ubuntu .
at last I want to use them to be seen by virtual machines in virtual box to do some backup operations .
I need it to be a virtual usb not a virtual hard disk .
any help !!