> I do something very similar, but use kvm/qemu rather than virtualBox.
> The virt-manager program makes this trivial to do and means you can
> avoid using an Oracle product! The virt-manager program is included in
> most GNU Linux distros. Setting up a basic VM is just as easy as
> virtualBox. Setting things up to do bridge rather than NAT networks is
> slightly more work, but once you have things setup on the host, guest
> configuration is easy. However, often, all I need is NAT based
> networking anyway.
Cool, I know I should try. I rely on vbox instead of virt-manager, because
it is much more multi-platform and in my 'irreal' life I have to cope with people
having all kinds of OSes and vbox seems to me easier when you need to
provide a common look-and-feel from the installation onwards
(once you overcome the quirks of the closed OSes)
But sure, I'll take a look at virt-manager too :-) Let's see how that plays with
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