How to Run Virtualbox in “Headless” Mode

In previous posts, we learned how to use Virtualbox to create a virtual machine, install a guest operating system, and then use the VM as a test server. Now that you know how to make a test server, you might want to know how to run it on a […]

Remote Server Virtualization with VBoxHeadless

VirtualBox is an excellent tool for running a virtual machine either for testing or production environments.  The default setting, however, is for a desktop computer, requiring a graphical interface to run it.  On your Linux server, there usually is no graphical interface.  For that reason, VirtualBox has a feature called VBoxHeadless, which allows you to […]