Has anyone prepared a Virtual Appliance of this yet?

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  • Conor Anderson

    Cross-posting from another answer:

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    If you use Virtualbox, you can actually convert the bin to a bootable vdi with this command:

    VBoxManage convertfromraw cloudready-free-43.1.37.bin cloudready-free-43.1.37.vdi

    Then just make sure that EFI and PAE are enabled and mouse integration is unchecked.

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  • Rich D

    I get this error; in windows 10 home 64.
    Converting from raw image file="cloudready-free-44.1.9.bin" to file="cloudready-
    free-44.1.9.vdi"...
    Creating dynamic image with size 5477728256 bytes (5224MB)...
    VBoxManage.exe: error: VDI: cannot create image 'cloudready-free-44.1.9.vdi'
    VBoxManage.exe: error: Error code VERR_ACCESS_DENIED at F:\tinderbox\win-5.0\src
    \VBox\Storage\VDI.cpp(610) in function int cdecl vdiCreateImage(struct VDIIMAG
    EDESC *,unsigned __int64,unsigned int,const char *,const struct VDGEOMETRY *,con
    st struct VDGEOMETRY *,const union RTUUID *,unsigned int,int (
    cdecl *)(void *,
    unsigned int),void *,unsigned int,unsigned int,struct VDINTERFACECONFIG *)
    VBoxManage.exe: error: Cannot create the disk image "cloudready-free-44.1.9.vdi"
    : VERR_ACCESS_DENIED

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