Learn how to install free virtualization software like VMware player or Sun VirtualBox in Ubuntu, so you can run Windows, Fedora, or any other operating system on top of Ubuntu in an isolated Windows in a virtual environment without the need to re-partition your hard drive. You can also run multiple operating systems at the same time to save money and time when multi-tasking on your computer.
Install VirtualBox in Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS video
I’ll teach you how to install Oracle Virtual Box 3.2 onto Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS from the Gdebi package installer in this video.
Use Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD ISO to recover files on a Broken VirtualBox Virtual Machine
I’ll show you how to simply use Ubuntu 10.04 Install CD to recover your files to a USB flash drive or another virtual drive from a virtual machine which won’t boot.
Install Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS on Oracle Virtual Box video
I’ll show you how to install Ubuntu 10.04 on Oracle’s VirtualBox software. Also, learn how to install Virtualbox guest additions for improve useability. Plus, learn to install Adobe flash player to watch Youtube videos.
How to install Virtual Guest Additions for Ubuntu 9.10 and other linux Distro Video.
Learn how to install Virtual Guest Additions for Sun VirtualBox for impove monitor resolutions, performance, and mouse capturing capabilities in VirtualBox.
Install Sun VirtualBox on Ubuntu 9.04
Learn how to Install Sun VirtualBox on Ubuntu 9.04, so you can run Windows XP, Fedora, and other OS within Ubuntu without the need to restart, re-partition hard drives, or risk losing your files.
Install and Update Ubuntu Linux 9.10 in VirtualBox and install adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu 9.10Learn how to install and update Ubuntu Linux 9.10 in Virtualbox which is a free operating system virtualization program for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris. I’ll also show you how to install Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu 9.10 installed in a Virtual Drive on VirtualBox, so you can play flash games, use flash programs, view online videos, and listen to music which uses Adobe Flash Player to run their Flash programs and media files.
Install and use VMware on Ubuntu 9.04
Learn how to install VMware Player on Ubuntu 9.04 with the .bundle install file in Terminal Command Prompt, and learn how to install and run a Virtual Machine in VMware with .vmx virtual machine files for VMware Player.
Install Operating System Virtualization software from Ubuntu Software Center and remove unwanted programs with Ubuntu Software Center
Learn how to easily use Ubuntu Software Center to install operating system virtualization software for running different operating systems like Linux Mint, Windows, or Android within a Virtual PC software’s virtual storage drive files. Also, learn how to remove unwanted programs from Ubuntu by using the Ubuntu Software Center.