Earlier, Google released Chrome OS virtual appliance and now they’ve confirmed the release of Chromium Operating System for virtual machine.
Virtualbox (Download link). ChromiumOS nightly build (VB file). Sufficient RAM and storage to run a virtual machine. Step One: Materials. The first issue with trying to install a virtual copy of ChromeOS is that
Does anybody had success installing VirtualBox’s Guest Additions? Since Chrome OS is Linux. How do I bring a terminal up?
To run the virtual machine, you’ll first need to download and install VirtualBox.
A number of sites have maintained builds of Chromium OS. It's unlikely you'll want to build it yourself from source, so there are versions ready for VirtualBox and for running and installing off a USB drive. We're using this Chrome OS build, which is kept current.
So I decided to make a quick screen cast on how to install Google Chrome OS in VirtualBox. (Credit for the idea goes to UbuntuForums) It’s actually quite easy, even if you’re computer illiterate. To get started, just watch the video below
Install Chrome OS on VirtualBox. Hexxeh provides nightly builds of Chromium OS Vanilla for VirtualBox and USB drive image so that you can easily try out the latest Chrome OS features.
Install VirtualBox 5. Step 3: Create New Virtual Machine. Name: OS X El Capitan Final Type: Mac OS X Version: Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan (64 bit) Memory size is 4 GB( min 2.56 GB) Image: OS X El Capitan Retail.vmdk.
Whether you want to install Chrome OS on your own computer running Windows, you'll need to do a little work to get it up and running. How to Dual Boot Chrome OS on Windows Computer? Install Chrome OS Inside VirtualBox.
The amazing folks at hexxeh have now made the VDI files public which means anyone with a copy of Virtualbox can now install Chromium / Chrome OS on.