As VirtualBox is a cross platform project, we use a cross platform build system meaning that there won’t be any Visual C++ project files that you can open and just build. Instead, you have to follow these steps but they aren’t overly difficult.
Building VirtualBox on Windows 2000 should work fine except for one or two missing runtime DLLs that are required by tools or libraries in the VirtualBox build. It is very likely that these DLLs are already installed on your computer by some other program, so you might not even notice.
xVM VirtualBox enables desktop or laptop PCs running the Windows, Linux, Mac or Solaris operating systems to run multiple, different operating systems side-by-side, switching between them with just a click of the mouse. This allows software developers to more easily build multi-tier or cross-platform applications, or power-users to take advantage of applications that may not be available for their base operating system of choice.
Installing VMware Workstation software on Fedora 8 should not be a problem at all using Fedora rpm package installer. Considering an oldÂ postof installing VMWare on Fedora 7, I have encountered a strange installation issue and changes of installing VMWare workstations 6.02 on Fedora 8. Here’s how to installÂ VMWareÂ Workstation 6.0.2 on Fedora 8. Pre-Requirements First, check [...]
Desktop virtualization has been continuously capturing users and web services. More and more companies are creating virtual machines and appliances that can be of productive service to many web users around the globe. From recentÂ post, here’s a quick howto install VMWare Server on Fedora 8. VMWare Server Pre-Requirements VMWare Server package needs to compile its [...]
What are VMware Tools? They are a collection of software and drivers which enhance and improve the virtualization experience for the guest operating system. They include shared folders, heartbeat drivers, enhanced network drivers, and mouse and video drivers to allow seemless migration between guest and console operating systems. Where can I get VMware tools? Currently [...]
VMware Server is a free virtualization product for Windows and Linux servers. VMware Server is a robust yet easy to use server virtualization product and is based on proven virtualization technology. VMware can run on any standard x86 hardware and can support 64-bit guest operating systems including Windows Linux and Sun Solaris. VMware server can [...]