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I'll be installing Android OS on VirtualBox. I currently have Ubuntu 15.10 and when I installed it, I've chosen to have a crypt system (? this is like having a password request for the hard drive every time you turn on the laptop) . I know that I'll do the partition later in the installation.

So, would I have an issue about the installation or is it fine to do?

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    There's nothing special about Virtualbox, it will work just like any other software would. As usual with encryption, there may be a performance hit – bain Jan 23 '16 at 13:25
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    @bain: I believe your comment holds the answer to this question. Can you please convert it to one? Ping me for an upvote! – David Foerster Jan 27 '16 at 22:18
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There's nothing special about Virtualbox, it will work just like any other software would. As usual with encryption, there may be a performance hit.

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