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There are no problems with installing virtualbox on Ubuntu. It is available in the official repositories. The only bit which can be slightly tricky is getting the USB to work on your virtual machine. First you need to install the extensions pack for the version of virtualbox you have installed, which is an easy download from their website. You install it by ...


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Open your desktop file virtualbox.desktop via sudo nano /usr/share/applications/virtualbox.desktop and have a look at the line Icon=… In my case Icon=virtualbox This means, if your current icon theme has an icon with the name virtualbox.*, eg in my case % find /usr/share/icons/Numix-Circle/ -iname 'virtualbox.*' ...


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This message is not specific to you. First of all this is not an error, this is a warning message made simply so that people are careful to not erase their disk if they don't want to. You however are installing this on a virtual machine. A virtual machine is like a separate computer inside your own computer, so it cannot erase the disk inside your actual ...



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