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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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  • |description=Higher Screen Resolution without installing VirtualBox guest additions = Higher Screen Resolution without installing VirtualBox guest additions =
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  • #REDIRECT [[VirtualBox/Guest Additions|VirtualBox Guest Additions]]
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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 -> Virtualization Type -> Guest
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  • |description=Using Whonix with KVM instead of VirtualBox == Why Use KVM Over VirtualBox? ==
    36 KB (5,578 words) - 22:47, 1 March 2018
  • * [[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? ==
    75 KB (11,365 words) - 12:45, 17 February 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 ===
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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. * If you must allow use of the Wi-Fi network to visitors, set up a guest network that turns itself off after a set period.
    110 KB (15,826 words) - 09:17, 24 March 2018
  • ...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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  • 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
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  • <pre>apt-get install virtualbox qemu apt-cacher-ng grml-debootstrap parted kpartx debootstrap mksh dialog g ...ualBox installed and building Whonix inside a Virtual Machine with a Linux guest on a Windows host is still possible.
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  • ...d or grml-debootstrap runs again. The '''.raw''' format is more "generic". VirtualBox does not support raw ('''.raw''') images, but '''.vdi''' and '''.vmdk''' (a # create-vbox-vm: A virtual machine (VirtualBox) will be created and the '''.vdi''' image will be attached.
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  • USB devices plugged into VirtualBox: * Requires closed source VirtualBox extensions.
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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
    7 KB (936 words) - 14:04, 3 February 2018
  • = Guest additions for Ubuntu = You can try first, if [[VirtualBox/Guest Additions|VirtualBox Guest Additions]] work on Ubuntu, because they are a bit shorter and easier.
    7 KB (1,127 words) - 12:35, 17 April 2017
  • ...o security. You may have used or heard of VMs in relation to software like VirtualBox or VMware Workstation. These are known as “Type 2” or “hosted” hype ...ecure than the default Whonix configuration using a Type 2 hypervisor like VirtualBox. Therefore, it is recommended to install Qubes-Whonix if users have suitabl
    69 KB (10,244 words) - 13:57, 13 March 2018
  • ** [[VirtualBox]] / [[KVM]]: Is the same for all Whonix users.<ref> ** VirtualBox: {{BgRedText|Not hidden.}} <ref>
    31 KB (4,157 words) - 07:52, 17 April 2017
  • === VirtualBox === For [[VirtualBox]], click on Expand on the right.
    81 KB (11,944 words) - 10:47, 5 February 2018
  • ...velopment Notes about existing and new Virtualizers supported by Whonix... VirtualBox, Qemu, KVM, VMware etc... * [[VirtualBox]]
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  • ...important to you, and this is most likely very unimportant, you could use VirtualBox settings and increase the RAM for your Virtual Machine(s). Whonix-Workstati ...could increase the number of cores available to the Virtual Machine(s) in VirtualBox settings.
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