To run the virtual machine, you’ll first need to download and install VirtualBox. Once you have, visit Hexxeh’s Chromium OS Vanilla website and download the VirtualBox image for the latest version of Chromium OS.
2. Install VirtualBox. Double-click the downloaded setup file and follow the on-screen setup process.
Earlier, Google released Chrome OS virtual appliance and now they’ve confirmed the release of Chromium Operating System for virtual machine.
Not too long ago you may have ready my post about turning your old laptop into a Chromebook by using the open source version of Google’s operating system known as Chromium OS. While this will work...
Download & Install VirtualBox (Free). Download & Unzip the Chrome OS image (via GDGT.com). Update: Looks like GDGT posted a image for VirtualBox as well. However it doesn’t seem to work.
First download the latest Chromium OS Vanilla from Hexxeh’s website and install in VirtualBox as per usual instructions, boot up the virtual machine but do not login to Chromium yet. Now switch to Chromium’s console (not terminal).
Related: When one operating system is not enough: The five best virtual machine applications. The first step is to download Virtualbox and install it, if you haven’t already.
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 to their computer. To use this VDI files, just install VirtualBox and create a new virtual machine in it.
The good news is that it's easy to install Chromium OS, which is the open source project name for the official Google Chrome OS, which is only available through
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