Commit b48ddd70 authored by Aditya Shyam Shankar Damodaran's avatar Aditya Shyam Shankar Damodaran
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![Ubuntu LTS Downloads Page](images/scr1.png "Ubuntu LTS Downloads Page")
## Creating a Virtual Machine
1. Start VirtualBox
1. Start VirtualBox.
2. Click on the "New" button
2. Click on the `New` button.
![VirtualBox Menu](images/scr2.png "VirtualBox Menu")
3. Enter a name for this virtual machine. As we are using an Ubuntu image for this example, set the _Type_ field to "Linux", and the _Version_ field to "Ubuntu (64-bit)".
3. Enter a name for this virtual machine. As we are using an Ubuntu image for this example, set the _Type_ field to `Linux`, and the _Version_ field to `Ubuntu (64-bit)`.
![Name](images/scr3.png "Name")
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![Memory size](images/scr4.png "Memory size")
5. Select the "Create a virtual hard disk now" option.
5. Select the `Create a virtual hard disk now` option.
![Hard disk](images/scr5.png "UHard disk")
6. Set "VDI" as the hard disk file type.
6. Set `VDI` as the hard disk file type.
![Hard disk file type](images/scr6.png "Hard disk file type")
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![Location](images/scr8.png "Location")
9. You should now see the menu listed in the VirtualBox Manager window:
9. You should now see the machine listed in the VirtualBox Manager window:
![VBM](images/scr9.png "VBM")
10. Click on the settings button:
10. Click on the `Settings` button:
![Menu](images/scr14.png "Menu")
Open the `Storage` tab and click on the little icon of a "plus in front of a circle" beside the `Controller: IDE` entry in the `Storage Devices` list (first from the left)
Open the `Storage` tab and click on the little icon of a "plus in front of a circle" beside the `Controller: IDE` entry in the `Storage Devices` list (first from the left):
![Settings](images/scr10.png "Settings")
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