I am implementing Oracle RAC using 11.2. For shared disc option and low cost, we are planning to use Virtual Machines. I have installed one virtual machine (PARENT) Specifications: Oracle Linux 5.8 (64 bit) RAM 16GB HDD 90GB CPU 1
After installing VM, I tried to install another VM (CHILD) using Oracle Virtual Box.
as my title says, I'm trying to install Ubuntu via Virtual Box. I used the following tutorial http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/virtualbox
to setup virtual box. However, when starting the machine, I got a nice black screen with nothing at all ever appearing.
I'm aware this may not be a Ubuntu related problem, but I have simply no clue on how to solve this problem.
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'm new to Oracle Virtual box but have used VMware several times.
I have a client that is now running a Windows xp virtual machine on his main machine to access a piece of bespoke software that will not run on a newer OS than XP 32bit. He has another PC of which he would like to be able to access the virtual machine from.
Can this be achieved? Do I need to use bridge mode within virtual box?
Hi there. It is my second post ever here in the forum. I run Windows 7. I installed Oracle Virtual Box, downloaded and installed Ubuntu as a Guest OS and now I am trying to work with it. If you go to Oracle VM Virtual Box Manager, click on Settings, highlight General and click on Advanced tab you can see two combo boxes: (1) Shared Clipboardand (2) Drag and Drop..
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?