N/APosted on - 11/14/2011
Will I be able to use my virtual box that I installed in my Windows XP3 using Fedora as an independent application on my computer?
As an example, I want to use it as a write application like file transfer communication, or will it occupy another Kernel space in my RAM?
Please help me on this matter.
Suggestions about the virtual box.
I'm not quite sure what you mean by “Occupying another kernel space in your RAM” but to my knowledge virtual programs don't do this. I use Oracles free program called VirtualBox and it works pretty well for me. I run Ubuntu as my primary OS and then I run Windows OS within my Virtualization program which is called VirtualBox. So what you need to do when using such programs, is to make sure the memory and disk space you allocate will not create any issues with your primary operating system. But once you shut them down or turn them off. The resources they are using will be freed up and returned back to the primary operating system.
This is a good way to test your application or even learn how to use other operating systems. Good luck with your application and hope this was able to answer your question.