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Virtualbox Or Dual Boot?


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So here is my question plain and simple. On my laptop should I load up BT4 and Ubuntu in VB along with an XP bitch, and make them all fully network capable with their own static IP and everything (which I hear you can do in VirtualBox). Or do I dual boot Ubuntu / W7 and put BT4 on an SD card and put a virtual XP Bitch box within Ubuntu / BT4 (Which would require a persistant install? Im basically looking to do some middler stuff with my jasager fonera (pineapple), and some metasploit.

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So here is my question plain and simple. On my laptop should I load up BT4 and Ubuntu in VB along with an XP bitch, and make them all fully network capable with their own static IP and everything (which I hear you can do in VirtualBox). Or do I dual boot Ubuntu / W7 and put BT4 on an SD card and put a virtual XP Bitch box within Ubuntu / BT4 (Which would require a persistant install? Im basically looking to do some middler stuff with my jasager fonera (pineapple), and some metasploit.

hmmm.. well on my laptop which is about 8 years old (panasonic toughbook CF-29) ..... i have Ubuntu 9.10 installed on it and everything else is Sun VirtualBox with USB support... i can run Ubuntu safely with about 3 different Virtual systems running at the same time..... i think u should make ur favorite OS ur main and run everything else in VirtualBox... "Food For Taught"

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VBox for testing, no VBox when you're ready to start using it everyday.

hmmm... well i use mine everyday and it works perfect.... basically it depends on your style an what u wanna use

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