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July 24, 2008

4 Steps for importing VMware VM or Virtual Appliance into VirtualBox

Filed under: kvm, opensolaris, parallels, qemu, virtualbox, Virtualization, virtualpc, xen — natiku @ 6:43 am

This entry is part of Mastering Sun xVM VirtualBox


  1. Use Virtual Disk in VMDK format or convert it to VirtualBox native VDI format
  2. Create VM definition based on VMware VM defintinons
  3. Boot Solaris OS in recovery mode and fix if needed HW and Drivers definitions
  4. Uninstall VMware Guest tools, install VirtualBox Guest Additions
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