After having Linux Mint 20 installed on your virtual box, the next thing that you would want to do immediately is to run that virtual machine for unraveling all the potentials that this operating system holds for you. For doing that, you must know how you can run Linux Mint 20 in the virtual box. Therefore, we have decided to teach you the method of running Linux Mint 20 in the virtual box through this article.
For running Linux Mint 20 in the virtual box, you must have a Linux Mint 20 virtual machine installed on it. However, before creating the desired virtual machine on the virtual box, you must have its relevant ISO file downloaded on your system which you can simply do by visiting the following link: https://linuxmint.com/download.php.
Method of Running Linux Mint 20 in Virtual Box:
To run the Linux Mint 20 virtual machine in the virtual box, you have to perform the steps listed below:
Step # 1: Launch Virtual Box on your Host System:
First, you need to launch the virtual box on your host system by clicking on its icon as shown in the following image:
Step # 2: Select the Linux Mint 20 Virtual Machine and Hit the Start Button:
Once you have managed to launch the virtual box on your system, you need to locate and select the Linux Mint 20 virtual machine. After that, you simply need to click on the “Start” button for running Linux Mint 20 on the virtual box.
Step # 3: Provide the Password for your User Account if any:
After starting the Linux Mint 20 virtual machine, you will be asked to provide the password (if you have set up any) for logging into your desired user account.
Once you will provide that password, you will successfully log in to Linux Mint 20. At this point, your Linux Mint 20 virtual machine will be up and running and you will easily be able to do whatever you want with it.
With the help of this tutorial, we wanted to walk you through the process of running Linux Mint 20 in the virtual box. By learning this method, you will instantly be able to run any virtual machine (not just Linux Mint 20) on the virtual box very conveniently.
Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications including CCNA RS, SCP, and ACE. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various websites.