VirtualBox - Fedora 13 i686 Beta2 Virtual Appliance - [VirtualBoxImages.com]
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- This is NOT a CD or DVD installation iso.
- This is a Functional Sun xVm VirtualBox Virtual Disk Image.
- Passwords necessary to Login this image are in the Password.txt
- How-To Run a Linux on Windows XP, Vista
-= Fedora 13 i686 Beta2 Virtual Appliance =-
Requires VirtualBox 3.1.6 or higher
!!! NOTICE There are ISSUES with this installation !!!
The installation process was difficult. And after 3.5 hours we are going to release the Virtual Appliance as is, with known issues.
The VBoxGuestAdditions installation finally completed without errors, but is does not appear to work.
The information on the VirtualBox.org Forums were helpful in getting the necessary dependencies installed. In the end the VBoxGustAdditions are not working correctly. Hopefully this will be resolved with the Final Release when it comes out.
If someone knows of a solution please contact me support [at] virtualboximages.com
The virtual appliance will be distributed for FREE via torrent as well as a Pre-Release subscription for those who choose to support out efforts
root (sudo) : adminuser
Sun xVM VirtualBox is a family of powerful x86 virtualization products for enterprise as well as home use.
Not only is VirtualBox an extremely feature rich, high performance product for enterprise customers.
VirtualBox run on Windows Xp, Vista, MacOS and Linux
VDI images of pre-installed, premade "Open Source" Operating System distributions.
Instantly run another operation system on your desktop in a window.
-Download and install VirtualBox http://www.virtualbox.org/
-Create a new Virtual Machine select the VDI file as the virtual disk
-Start the virtual machine- How-To Run a Linux on Windows XP
-See Our Getting Started Guide ->http://VirtualBoxImages.com/GettingStarted
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