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Dear All,

these days I want to try xplico on my windows machine.
1.I download xplico_0.5.4-debian-5.0.vdi virtualbox image
2.I installed VirtualBox-3.1.2-56127-Win.exe on my machine

My question is how can i import this image file i download from official web site to run it on virtualbox?
or i have misunderstand it's run on linux?


Sat Jan 16, 2010 4:51 am
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Hello,
no problem, you can run the virtual image on Windows. Follow these instructions:

(i'm spanish, i don't know the exactly English names):
1º) Open "Virtual Media Manager" and add the downloaded .vdi file. It should be .vdi (.bz2 or others are compressed files).
2º) Create a Virtual Machine (Machine >> New) . When asked, use this data:
Name: Xplico 0.5.4
OS Type: Linux
Version: Debian

Memory: 512
Virtual Hard Disk: Use an existing one > (Select "xplico_0.5.4-debian-5.0.vdi")

and you're done. Double click on the new element created.
ReactOS guys have done a video tutorial, so in 1 minute you have this working:
http://www.bgevolution.com/blog/virtualbox-vdi-import-video-tutorial/

If you like this software please check Xplico.org next weeks, as we hope to release Xplico 0.5.5 soon.


Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:12 pm
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