lab04-Virtualization-Installing VM & Ubuntu-mike.docx

This brings up the virtual settings dialog in the

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) device . This brings up the virtual Settings dialog In the Virtual Machine setting dialog box under Connection , select the Use ISO image files radio Button and browse to the location of the Ubuntu ISO (downloads folder) file. Click OK
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Under Ubuntu click on power on this virtual machine to turn on the virtual machine Note: If you see this page just click ok Note : if you got a black screen with a slash is spinning, That means virtual machine did not find the Ubuntu file . In your VM machine on the menu bar (blue color) click On the VM tab and choose Power and click on Power off
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shut off your virtual machine . Go back to the summary page and under connection select Use ISO image file again click on browse and locate your Ubuntu ISO image files and click ok 5-Installing the Ubuntu into the Virtual machine In the Ubuntu tab, go to the Commands section and click on Power on this virtual machine . If a pop-up window emerges about the "keyboard hook timeout", click OK in the Welcome page click on the Install Ubuntu tab choose Linux click next In the Preparing to install Ubuntu page just click Continue Installation type, choose something else , click Continue
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In the installation type , click on New partition table You may get this message, click Continue In the installation Type unde r free space (orange) Click on the plus + sign Create partition choose these settings: Size: 20000 MB Type for the new partition: Primary Location for the new partition: Beginning of the space Use as: Ext3journalling file system Mount point : / Click OK
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Highlight the free space again and click on the Plus + sign To create a swap area partition Size: 2000 MB Type for the new partition: Primary Location for the new partition: Beginning of the this space Use as: swap area Click OK Click on Install Now warning: write the change disk?
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