Installing Linux with Virtual Box

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How to install a virtual machine to try out a Linux distribution.

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VIKAS's picture

It was helpful indeed.

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VIKAS's picture

It was helpful indeed.

How to configure xen in RHEL5.0

Bala's picture

Dear Sir,
I had installed RHEL5 & configured xen now can you guide me the procuder how to install RHEL5.0 in my vertual machine.

The RHCL DVD is dumped in the folder /var/ftp/pub.

Reagrds,
BALA

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