RAC Attack - Oracle Cluster Database at Home/RAC Attack 12c/VirtualBox VM Settings

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  1. From the main screen, select the virtual machine collabn1 and click the Settings icon in the upper left hand corner.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-finished vm



  2. Open the USB sub-menu. Uncheck the Enable USB Controller check box.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-usb settings



  3. Open the Storage sub-menu. Delete the Empty disk under the IDE Controller.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-delete empty ide



  4. Click on Remove to confirm.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-delete ide


  5. Click on the Add CD/DVD Device.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-add iso



  6. Click on the Choose disk.

    VirtualBox New VM Settings New IDE



  7. Locate and open the Oracle_Linux_6_64.iso file.

    RA-vbox 4214-create vm-oracle linux 6 iso added



  8. Open the Network sub-menu. Under the Adapter 1 tab, change the Attached to: dropdown to Host-only Adapter.

    VirtualBox_Settings_Network_Adapter_1




  9. Choose the Adapter 2 tab. Check the box for Enable Network Adapter. Change the Attached to: dropdown to Internal Network and type the name rac-priv in the Name field.

    VirtualBox_New_VM_Settings_Network_Adapter_2



  10. Choose the Adapter 3 tab. Check the box for Enable Network Adapter. Change the Attached to: dropdown to NAT.

    VirtualBox_New_VM_Settings_Network_Adapter_3



  11. Select the Shared Folders tab. Click Add Shared Folder.

    Enter the path where you have downloaded the Oracle installation media and enter a name for your folder.

    Check Auto-mount and click OK.

    VirtualBox_New_VM_Settings_Shared folder


  12. Click on Ok to save the modifications.


  13. Review the summary of the new virtual machine.