Setting up VirtualBox virtualization on CentOS 7

Oracle VirtualBox is a virtualization application that has the capacity to run on multiple computer architectures (Intel, AMD-based systems) and on almost every available OS (OSX, Linux, Windows, Solaris, and so on), where it allows its users to run multiple operating systems on the same physical machine. Basically, virtual box is a full virtualization technology.

Most people count on it while using multiple systems and need to export and import template virtual machines, where virtual box offers a variety of options to exchange virtual machines between all kinds of infrastructures.

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