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  • |description=Whonix in VirtualBox - Stable Version {{VirtualBox
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  • |description=Instructions for installing VirtualBox Guest Additions in Whonix. Shared Folders, Mouse Integration, etc. Bidirectional clipboard sharing is enabled default in the VirtualBox VMs. There are {{Code2|security reasons}}<ref> to disable clipboard sharing
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  • |download_signature_link=[[VirtualBox#Whonix_signature|VirtualBox]]
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  • |download_signature_link=VirtualBox#Whonix_signature
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  • |description=Whonix in VirtualBox - Testers Only Version ...y'''</u> version of Whonix for VirtualBox. For the stable version, go to [[VirtualBox]].
    641 bytes (89 words) - 13:05, 13 March 2018
  • |description=Higher Screen Resolution without installing VirtualBox guest additions = Higher Screen Resolution without installing VirtualBox guest additions =
    5 KB (657 words) - 14:03, 3 February 2018
  • |description=VirtualBox from Debian stable vs Debian backports vs Oracle repository ...?keywords=virtualbox&searchon=names&suite=stable&section=all Latest Stable VirtualBox package information]
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  • #REDIRECT [[VirtualBox/Guest Additions|VirtualBox Guest Additions]]
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  • |description=VirtualBox Security And Support Status ...d be expected. That's why the [[Download|supported platforms table]] lists VirtualBox in the column 'security' with 'testing' for Linux, Windows and 'experimenta
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  • |description=Whonix in VirtualBox - Troubleshooting ...can, enable {{Code2|VT-x}} in BIOS. If you cannot, then disable PAE/NX in VirtualBox (see [[#PAE crash|PAE crash]] above for instructions on how to do so) and t
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  • |description=VirtualBox Known Issues == VirtualBox Specific ==
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  • ...nning with the latest Grsecurity kernel inside a KVM Whonix guest or Host. VirtualBox is incompatible with many important defenses provided in [[Grsecurity]] har
    24 KB (3,312 words) - 14:05, 3 February 2018
  • |description=Using Whonix with KVM instead of VirtualBox == Why Use KVM Over VirtualBox? ==
    36 KB (5,578 words) - 22:47, 1 March 2018
  • ...Qubes-Whonix]]), or a Type II hypervisor like [[KVM|KVM]] and [[VirtualBox|Virtualbox]].
    6 KB (942 words) - 10:03, 22 February 2018
  • * Based on [https://www.virtualbox.org VirtualBox].
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  • |description=Known Issues that only apply to VirtualBox, KVM and Physical Isolation, i.e. Non-Qubes-Whonix
    307 bytes (35 words) - 14:06, 3 February 2018
  • This page documents how to build Whonix VirtualBox {{Code2|.ova}} or {{Code2|.qcow2}} images (for [[KVM]]). For [[Qubes-Whonix * <u>'''Short'''</u>: '''Make sure there aren't any VMs in VirtualBox already called Whonix-Gateway or Whonix-Workstation!'''
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  • * [[Desktop|KDE / Virtualbox Desktop Tips]] * VirtualBox-Specific:
    21 KB (2,595 words) - 03:39, 9 April 2018
  • ** Virtualbox: follow [https://dirkstrauss.com/clone-virtualbox-vm/ these instructions] to create a VM snapshot. == Is VirtualBox an Insecure Choice? ==
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  • |description=Whonix in VirtualBox - Stable Version {{VirtualBox
    424 bytes (61 words) - 13:17, 2 April 2018
  • ...-25-generic/modules.dep because of vesafb.ko? seems related to building on virtualbox vs on bare metal?</li> === SECURITY VirtualBox replacement: Xen, KVM, libvirt OPEN NEEDS_RESEARCH ===
    33 KB (5,426 words) - 10:01, 19 April 2017
  • '''Create a new FreeBSD VM on VirtualBox''' VirtualBox -> Machine -> New -> Next -> Enter Name (for example: myVM) -> Enter Operat
    17 KB (2,335 words) - 14:03, 3 February 2018
  • ([https://forums.whonix.org/t/maintainers-for-various-parts-kvm-qubes-virtualbox-msgcollector-apparmor/454 Forum discussion about maintainers].) * Changed initial TorBOX guide to use VirtualBox instead of VMware. (Feb 2012)
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  • === VirtualBox Time Synchronization Features === {{Anchor|VirtualBox's Time Synchronization Features}}
    43 KB (6,459 words) - 10:12, 14 February 2018
  • ...onix using a Type I hypervisor (Qubes-Whonix) or a Type II hypervisor like VirtualBox or KVM. ==== VirtualBox ====
    110 KB (15,826 words) - 09:17, 24 March 2018
  • == VirtualBox inside VirtualBox ==
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  • ...ffort.</ref> and a Virtualizer <ref name=virtual>Default downloads are for VirtualBox. (Subject for change in future.) [[Physical Isolation]] is an optional secu | style="height: 27px;background-color: #f9f9f9"| Requires VirtualBox <ref name=vmneutralcolor>In neutral blue color, because it is in the nature
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  • * If run either on supported platforms bare metal ([[Physical Isolation]]), [[VirtualBox]], [[KVM]] or [[Qubes]]. Warns when using an unsupported (by Whonix develop
    19 KB (2,916 words) - 10:02, 19 April 2017
  • Only two prerequisites: you need to have VirtualBox installed and you need a working internet connection. Install the latest security updates, install VirtualBox and reboot to apply kernel updates.
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  • ...y updates, install VirtualBox (and qemu-kvm which is required to mount the VirtualBox .vdi images). Reboot to apply kernel updates. sudo apt-get install virtualbox qemu genisoimage
    12 KB (1,855 words) - 12:43, 2 February 2018
  • ...y updates, install VirtualBox (and qemu-kvm which is required to mount the VirtualBox .vdi images). Reboot to apply kernel updates. sudo apt-get install virtualbox qemu genisoimage
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