If you are looking to try out Fedora 37, you can install it on VirtualBox. Installing Fedora on VirtualBox can provide you with a testing environment to experiment with various configurations before deploying it to your physical system. This guide will walk you through the process of installing Fedora 37 on VirtualBox.
Before you proceed with the installation, make sure that you have the following:
- VirtualBox installed on your system
- Fedora 37 ISO file downloaded
- Sufficient storage space and memory
Launch VirtualBox on your system.
Click on the "New" button to create a new virtual machine.
Enter a name for your virtual machine and select "Linux" as the type and "Fedora" as the version.
Allocate sufficient memory to your virtual machine. A minimum of 2 GB is recommended.
Create a virtual hard disk and select the storage type. "VDI" is the default option.
Select "Dynamically allocated" as the hard disk file type.
Allocate sufficient storage space for the virtual hard disk. A minimum of 20 GB is recommended.
Once you have completed the above steps, click on "Create" to create your virtual machine.
Select your newly created virtual machine and click on "Settings".
Go to the "Storage" section and click on the "Empty" CD icon.
Click on the "Choose Virtual Optical Disk File" option and select the Fedora 37 ISO file that you downloaded.
Click on "OK" to save your changes.
Start your virtual machine and wait for the Fedora 37 installer to load.
Select your preferred language and click on "Continue".
Click on "Installation Destination" to configure your disk partitions.
Select "Automatic partitioning" and click on "Done".
Click on "Begin Installation" to start the installation process.
Create a user account and set a password.
Wait for the installation process to complete.
Once the installation is complete, click on "Reboot" to restart your virtual machine.
Fedora 37 is now installed on VirtualBox. Log in to your account to start using it.
In this article, we have shown you how to install Fedora 37 on VirtualBox. VirtualBox provides a convenient and safe way to experiment with different configurations before deploying them to your physical system. We hope this guide has been helpful to you.
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