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  • #11
    For me the main downside about VirtualBox is lack of nested virtualization support.
    If you need that you are stuck with vmware or KVM ( it is still kinda buggy, but with kernel 4.14 most of the bugs should be resolved )

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    • #12
      The cloud sh*t is not particularly interesting. I wish they would keep that kind of crap as an optional plugin (for those 0.1% of users that want it) and out of the mainline build.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Zoll View Post
        And still Drag&Drop between Linux host and Linux VMs broken...
        You can always use a shared folders for that. But it still turns a one step process into two steps.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by kpedersen View Post
          The cloud sh*t is not particularly interesting. I wish they would keep that kind of crap as an optional plugin (for those 0.1% of users that want it) and out of the mainline build.
          It's just an export format and some upload APIs to send the VM up in Oracle's cloud infrastructure, I think you're a bit overreacting here.

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