RemoteBox – Manage VirtualBox on Servers

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VirtualBox, it's virtualization software primarily intended for desktop machines, similar to VMWare Workstation, Parallels or Virtual PC. RemoteBox allows you to administer an installation of VirtualBox residing on another machine such as a server, as if it was installed locally. You can also interact with the displays of the guests. This allows you to treat VirtualBox much more like an installation of Xen, KVM or VMware ESX. A summary of some of the features of RemoteBox are listed below.

RemoteBox Features

Open source VirtualBox client with a graphical (GTK) interface
Remote management of VirtualBox and its guests
No web server such as Apache or IIS is required to run RemoteBox
No compilation is required -- written entirely in Perl
View and interact with the guest's display via RDP, including sound.
Create and edit guests
Configure processor, display, input devices, audio, I/O ports, and shared folders
Set the guest BIOS configuration including the BIOS image
Set advanced options such as HPET, Page Fusion, Large Pages, CPU Hotplugging, CPU Throttling etc
Attach USB devices and set USB device filters
Stop, start, pause and save guest states
Provision and attach storage including hard disks, CDs/DVDs and floppy disks
Configure networking including host only networks with DHCP servers
Supports guest snapshots
Compatible with VirtualBox running on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and Solaris
RemoteBox runs on Linux, *BSD and Mac OS X
Use RemoteBox as an alternative GUI for managing local guests if desired

Install remotebox in ubuntu

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:upubuntu-com/virtual
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install remotebox

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Documentation

You can check the remotebox documentation for more details

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