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    Default Running Win, Ubuntu & other os over BT4beta - best virtual machine

    Hi all,
    I'm loving BT4 and now I'm choosing a virtual machine to install win and other os under BT4.

    I need a suggestion:
    which vm (vmware, vbox ecc.) do you suggest ? Which is the best to run inside BT4 beta?

    Please report me your experience...
    Thanks.

    ch4rli3

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    you are posting the question in wrong section.this section is intended for HOWTO do a particular task and not for asking how to do?

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    anyway, this thread could be moved, the guy needs help.
    Don't post in the wrong sections!!

    now, you just try for yourlsef - depends on what you need in bt, but I would recommend vbox as it's pretty free and pretty good. if you need advanced networking, virtual networks, teams, booting from usb etc - vmware. that will cost you like, 100 bucks? your choice. vbox is very fast and lightweight, on system resources, too.

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    i would agree with xorred, go with virtualbox. its a great tool thats simple to set up and work with. you can get the latest .deb file from their website and dpkg it.

    edit: [offtopic] excellent link posted on my other thread there xorred. definatly bookmarked it. [/offtopic]
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    Another vote for VirtualBox, the latest release added ALOT of nice features and it free.

    I like VMware workstation since mine studying for my VCP but the price could be the deciding point.

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    Thanks very much for your help!
    Virtualbox it's ok for me (I try it with ubuntu host and win guest).

    I googled a lot and I find a lot of guide or info on how to install backtrack over vbox but no one for install vbox over bt...
    Any help? Thanks!

    Ch4rlie

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