Oracle Virtualbox has just reached a new major 5.1 release. Virtualbox 5.1 ports its UI to Qt5, brings better Python 3 support, HDA (High Definition Audio) support for newer Linux guests, various VMM and other improvements and fixes. Download Virtualbox 5.1 for your OS (i386=32bit, amd64=64bit): Download Virtualbox for Linux Then click install via Ubuntu Software. For those who want to install VBox 5.1 from official Linux repository and receive future updates via Software Updater.Run the commands below one by one in terminal: I'm a freelance blogger who started using Ubuntu 5 years ago and wishes to share my experiences and some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.e.g.: there is a software rendering Open GL32 driver for Blender on their FTP site which allows Blender for Windows to actually work inside a Windows guest, but frame rates when animating Poses are in the 0.5-2.0 fps region. Note that VMware's paid products (VMware Fusion for Mac, VMware Workstation for Linux and VMware Workstation for Windows) all have 3D capabilities at Direct X 10 and Open GL 3.3 feature levels.If you're willing to pay for them they may work for you (there are trial versions available to download and install for free).The Geeky Space is a site that dedicates it's mission to give the best How to's in the world of Open Source, Networking, Linux,tools and any thing related to technologies.This idea came about from it's founder during his years of working in the fields of Telecommunication/IT .
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