Questions tagged [virtual-box]

Oracle VM VirtualBox is a free and open-source hypervisor for x86 computers currently being developed by Oracle Corporation. It supports the creation and management of guest virtual machines running versions and derivations of Windows, Linux, BSD, OS/2, Solaris, Haiku, OSx86 and others, and limited virtualization of macOS guests on Apple hardware

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Several virtual computers on the one Virtual Box

I have a trouble with run several similar virtual machines (computers) on the one Virtual Box (VB). But I can run one virtual machine on the VB. I use main operation system (OS) is Windows 7 ...
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Which MacOS(OS X) version not require vt-x/amd-v in virtualbox?

i'm working in a cross platform file manager, i need to install mac os in virtualbox, but my machine not support intel vt-x or amd-v virtualization(hyper-v), thats why i need a old version of macos, ...
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From an external script, move a mouse programmatically in a VirtualBox VM

Are there language libraries that allow me to do this? I want to simulate mouse input without relying on a script running inside the VM.
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Is the Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack open source? Are there FOSS alternatives? [closed]

I was wondering whether Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack is open source. Unlike VirtualBox itself it looks like it isn't. It adds support for USB 2.0, for RDP and disk encryption. Are there any ...
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Hide Windows Application

I have several applications including Mathematica and VirtualBox(with Ubuntu) that I constantly run in the background. Ideally I would like these applications to automatically start at boot but hide ...
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Linux virtual machine for PHP/MySQL/JS Eclipse-based web development

I am aware of the Vee Dee Eyes site, but that only seems to offer distros, empty of any but the default applications. I am looking for a Virtual Machine for web development (and another for c/c++, ...