I set 2 CPU on virtualbox xp and boot successfully.
But when I use speccy to check.
It says I only have 1 cpu and only 1 core.
How do I enable the second CPU?
on 12/20/2011 – Made popular on 12/20/2011
I am trying to install the Boot to Qt project, but I am having difficulty following the instructions. I am running 64-bit Ubuntu 13.10 , and have successfully installed VirtualBox as per instructions. What I am having difficulty with is the next part of the instructions and that is to configure VirtualBox network settings.
@Wizard this is nothing to do with GTK as it's a qt app.Quick and dirty solution:mv /opt/VirtualBox/libQtCoreVBox.so.4 /opt/VirtualBox/libQtCoreVBox.so.4.old
mv /opt/VirtualBox/libQtGuiVBox.so.4 /opt/VirtualBox/libQtGuiVBox.so.4.old
mv /opt/VirtualBox/libQtOpenGLVBox.so.4 /opt/VirtualBox/libQtOpenGLVBox.so.4.old
mv /opt/VirtualBox/libQtNetworkVBox.so.4 /opt/VirtualBox/libQtNetworkVBox.so.4.ol
Hello, I've installed VirtualBox-guest in my F22 Virtualbox guest (which brought along akmod-VirtualBox and VirtualBox-kmodsrc along for the ride). When I reboot, I get a the boot progress bar. After that I just get a black screen.
Can anyone else reproduce this? Is there any way to fix it?
I'd like to improve the performance of my virtual machine running in VirtualBox. For this, I think it's helpful to pin all processes in the host system to one single core and to dedicate all other cores to VirtualBox.