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VirtualBox 3.1: Beginner's Guide by Alfonso V Romero

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Time for action—basic configuration for your VM

In this exercise you'll learn how to adjust some settings for your virtual machine, so you can install Ubuntu Linux on it.

  1. Open VirtualBox, select your UbuntuVB virtual machine, and click on the Settings button:
    Time for action—basic configuration for your VM
  2. The UbuntuVB Settings dialog will appear, showing all the settings in the General tab.
  3. Click on the Storage category from the list in the left panel. Then select the Empty slot located just below the UbuntuVB.vdi hard disk image, under the IDE Controller element inside the Storage Tree panel, and click on the Invoke Virtual Media Manager button () :
  4. The Virtual Media Manager dialog will appear ...

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