Still problems with the virtual Linux
August 28, 2010 2:45am CST
Hi guys I suppose it's no need to devide/reduce the size of the primary partition(C) on XP to get a virtual Linux. But everytime I try to install Linux on VirtualBox it says there is no enough space to get the partition(as if its a real Linux) is there also a limit of partition-size for vitual partitions? what could be the problem?
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28 Aug 10
Make sure that the location of Virtual hard drive should be set to a drive whose file format is NTFS and should have enough space of around 5-10 GB free. Such error only comes when you are running short of disk space or trying to install Linux in partition/Virtual hard drive whose file format is FAT/FAT32.
24 May 12
When you are a creating a new machine in Virtual Box it will ask for how much ram and hard disk space is required for the guest os to install, give at least 512 ram, at least 8 gb hard disk space, then install linux, you will be able to install linux without any problem ...