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Prerequisites

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The zipped archive with the virtual machine image can be downloaded with the link below. Please right click on the link and choose "Save as" which will start the download. Please be patient, because the total size of the file is 2.5 GB.
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Download virtual machine image
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Download virtual machine image
 

Put the archive in the VirtualBox directory.
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On Windows the tool WinRar should be able to unpack the archive. If this doesn't work please get a dedicated tool from here, install it on your computer and use it for unpacking. For Mac OSX you get such an unpacker from here. Installation and usage should be straight forward. For linux try to install p7zip using your package manager. If there is no such tool available for your linux distribution pleas download the sources from here and compile it on your own.
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Use the unpacker to unpack the archive which will result in two files which can be found in the subdirectory Ubuntu 11.10. The first one Ubuntu 11.10.vbox is a small XML-file with the definition of the virtual machine. The second file Ubuntu 11.10.vdi is the disk image with all the data.
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Use the unpacker to unpack the archive which will result in two files which can be found in the subdirectory PandaRoot. The first one PandaRoot.vbox is a small XML-file with the definition of the virtual machine. The second file Ubuntu 11.10.vdi is the disk image with all the data.
 

How to start the virtual machine

On Windows and Mac OSX it is enough to double click on the file symbol of Ubuntu_12.04_Panda.vbox . This will start VirtualBox and show the new virtual machine in the GUI. Here one chooses the virtual machine PandaRoot and then click on the Run icon. To start the virtual machine on Linux first start VirtualBox and the choose Machine and then Add from the menu.
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In the GUI select Ubuntu_12.04_Panda.vbox , which will also open another GUI with the correct machine. Here you click the Run icon to boot the machine.
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In the GUI select PandaRoot.vbox , which will also open another GUI with the correct machine. Here you click the Run icon to boot the machine.
 

How to use the virtual machine.

 
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