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Whilst this kind of installation is not supported, you will be able to find [url http://www.pythian.com/news/26071/installing-oracle-vm-manager-3-0-1-under-dom0-host-or-how-to-save-resources-on-your-sand-box/]articles on the internet which discuss such a setup.
load virtual box and then download the Oracle VM templates for virutalbox. You don't have to rebuild your laptop and everything is pretty simple to use.1 person found this helpful
Thank you for your help. I was not sure since the install docs were stating that the relevant Linux OS had to be installed before VM manager could be installed which comes into conflict with the VM Server default OS previously installed on the same laptop. I was curious if there was another way than using Virtual Box. Someone replied I could check the internet for related articles.
Thanks EJ for your help.
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Thanks for your input SPA2.