Hello. My name is Jasmine Jackson in our courses intro to Vagrant. And in this video I will show you a demo on how to install virtual box. So let's get started.
The learning objectives for this video are we will learn how to install virtual box on our machine. So let's start with our demo. We're currently at the download Virtual Box webpage and the U. R L is https colon
forward slash forward slash www dot virtual box, die or go
ford slash wiki four slash downloads.
So we're going to install Virtual Box 5.2 and the reason why we're doing that is the virtual box six dot Want Package is out of sync with vagrant, so the virtual Box 5.2 package
works with our vagrant version of two dot to 2.0.6,
so we're going to click on the virtual box 5.2 fields.
And as you can see, there are multiple
operating systems such as Windows, Mac os solares,
Lennix, bamboo to Debian fedora, etcetera. So I am using a window 64 machines, so I'm going to click on Windows hosts
as you can see the virtual box e X C foul is downloading,
so we're going to open.
And now we're at the set up
wizard. We're going to select next, and we're not going to change anything here. We're going to keep everything the same. We're going to say next
and again, going to say next
and install. And now
Virtual Box is installing
and I already have some virtual barks v ems. But depending on if you have virtual box V EMS,
they might show up or they might not, meaning that on the left hand side it will be
blank for me. I imported some
images a while ago, so that's why these virtual machines were showing up. So if after you install virtual box and this section is white or nothing is there, don't fret. Everything still works because the installation was successful because
you're seeing this virtual box manager
The last screen. When we were installing Waas, it stated that our installation was successful. Do you want to open virtual box? And when we clicked finished, that was the confirmation to open virtual box. So if you see this
virtual box manager, if that opens, then that means you're your virtual box
installed successfully. So now let's go back to our lecture in summary. In this video, we discussed how to add virtual box on our machine
and in our next video in this video is optional. I will show you a demo on how to install the Commander
software, which is, Ah, Consul emulator software for Windows, where you can execute limits commands again. The next video is optional, but if you want to use that software, I have provided a demo on how to install that software on your machine.
If by chance you don't want to do the commander installation, which is fine,
then the video after that will be discussing pre configured vagrant machines and how to import or download though that vagrant machine and how to start that vagrant machine in vagrant
So I can't wait to see you and either video
or both videos have a good day. Bye