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July 24, 2008

Mastering Sun VirtualBox

Filed under: kvm, opensolaris, parallels, qemu, virtualbox, Virtualization, virtualpc, xen — natiku @ 5:12 am

Here I will try to summarize advanced tips with Sun VirtualBox I learn personally or get from my colleagues, if is not explicitly stated VirtualBox version is 1.6.x release, new is reffed 2.2.x. To be able to demonstrate all VirtualBox 1.6.x/2.2.x features I will use by default “close source” binary version.

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