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 ======ICS CUBE Installation on Virtual Box====== ======ICS CUBE Installation on Virtual Box======
  
-**VirtualBox** (Oracle ​ VM VirtualBox) is for virtualization of Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris/​OpenSolaris,​ ReactOS, DOS and other Operating Systems. It is developed by Innotek, which was acquired by Oracle Corporation.+**VirtualBox** ​ (Oracle VM VirtualBox) is for virtualization of Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Solaris/​OpenSolaris,​ ReactOS, DOS and other Operating Systems. It is developed by Innotek, which was acquired by Oracle Corporation.
  
-We will need a personal computer/​server with VirtualBox installed in order to setup ICS CUBE on this virtual platform.+We will need a personal computer/​server with VirtualBox installed in order to set up ICS CUBE on this virtual platform.
  
-We will review installation of Virtual Box 3 in our example.+We will review installation of VirtualBox ​3 in our example. Start the virtual environment and click "​Create"​. 
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 +Select name for the virtual machine and choose BSD → FreeBSD
  
-Start the virtual environment and click Create. 
-Select name for the virtual machine and choose BSD→FreeBSD. ​ 
 Please select appropriate amount of RAM provided for this virtual machine. Please select appropriate amount of RAM provided for this virtual machine.
-In the next window choose boot device, where we will keep Virtual Machine ​or create new Virtual ​hard drive. If you do not posses ​existing disks, please select creation of new one. Wizard for creation of virtual drives will start. Select "Fixed size object"​ and define the size of created disk. + 
 +In the next window choose boot device, where we will keep virtual machine ​or create new virtual ​hard drive. If you do not possess ​existing disks, please select creation of new one. Wizard for creation of virtual drives will start. Select "Fixed size object"​ and define the size of created disk.  
 After creation of disk, virtual machine will be ready. After creation of disk, virtual machine will be ready.
  
-There is one network adapter installed by default. For fully functional ICS CUBE performance we require at least 2. Select "​Properties"​ with the right mouse click of newly created ​VM. In the Network section please choose "​Network Bridge"​ and select network adapter, which will be used. Highlight "​Adapter 2"and tick "​Enable Network Adapter"​ flag and add "​Network Bridge"​ with selecting real network interface.+There is one network adapter installed by default. For fully functional ICS CUBE performance we require at least 2. Select "​Properties"​ with the right mouse click of newly created ​virtual machine. In the "Network" ​section please choose "​Network Bridge"​ and select network adapter, which will be used. Highlight "​Adapter 2" and tick "​Enable Network Adapter"​ flag and "​Network Bridge"​ with selecting real network interface. 
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 +Select CD/DVD-ROM without leaving the settings of virtual machine. Choose "​Connect CD/​DVD"​ and select option "​ISO-image file". In new window select "​Add"​ and define ISO-image, downloaded from our web-site in the list and press "​Choose"​. Confirm settings by pressing "​Ok"​. 
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 +Press "​Ok"​ button and start virtual machine. Setup installation for ICS CUBE will start the same way as [[installation50|installation on normal PC.]]  
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-Select CD/DVD-ROM without leaving the settings of virtual machine. Choose "​Connect CD/​DVD"​ and select option "​ISO-image file". In new window select "​Add"​ and define ICD-image, downloaded from our web-site in the list and press "​Choose"​. Confirm settings by pressing "​Ok"​. 
-Press Ok button and start Virtual Machine. Setup installation for ICS CUBE will start the same way as installation on normal PC. 
  
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