How to Install Oracle Linux 8 in Virtual Box
Oracle Linux 8 is a free and open-source operating system designed specifically for developers working with a variety of tools and technologies. If you’re having trouble installing the Linux Oracle 8 Server on your PC, you’ve come to the correct spot. To properly install Oracle Linux 8 on your system, follow the instructions outlined in this guide.
Note: Before you begin installing Oracle Linux 8, make sure you already have a virtual box installed on your Windows PC.
Download Oracle Linux 8 ISO File
Download the Oracle Linux 8 .iso file using your preferred browser. As demonstrated, look for the specific file and download it.
Create New Virtual Machine
When you open your virtual box, you’ll see the window below. To build a new virtual machine, tap the New button.
Name the operating system to be recognized and select the Oracle(64-bit) version. To continue, choose Next.
Choose the RAM for this specific disk. For processing, 4GB is suggested. To go to the next stage, choose Next.
To proceed with the creation, choose the Create a virtual hard disk now option and click Next.
Because you downloaded the .iso file as a disk image, you will select the VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image) option here. To proceed, choose the Next button.
On the physical hard disk, choose the Dynamically allocated storage option then choose Next to continue
Choose the file to be installed’s location and size, then tap Create to complete the virtual drive construction. You’ll be taken back to the Virtual Box screen now.
Load ISO File in Virtual Machine
On the right side of the Virtual box, select Settings.
Go to Storage in Settings, then click the CD icon, then Empty. To add the.iso file, click the CD symbol in the Attributes column on the far right side of the window.
The following window will appear after that. To add a file with the.iso extension, click the Add icon.
After that, the window will go to the Downloads folder. Now, choose the Oracle Linux 8 .iso file you have downloaded.
Controller IDE has now loaded the file with the.iso extension. To complete the installation, press the OK button. This window will close up automatically once you’ve done so.
To start the Oracle Linux 8 Virtual Machine, click the Start icon in the virtual box’s right corner. The window below will open. To begin the installation, select the Install Oracle Linux 8.3.0 option and tap Enter. Otherwise, in 60 seconds, the installation will begin automatically.
In the virtual machine boot process, you’ll view the following steps.
You’ll have to wait a while before you can start installing Oracle Linux 8.
After some time has passed, you will be presented with the Installation Summary screen, which provides a variety of setup options. Before beginning the installation procedure, you must update all of these, notably the settings with alert marks. The Begin Installation button had previously been disabled, as you can see.
After that, you’ll get a welcome screen. Tap the Continue button after selecting English. You can then continue with the installation.
Under the Localization section, select the Keyboard option. To configure this setting, select English as your default keyboard and tap Done.
In the Software section, choose the Software Selection option. Select the Server with GUI option from the left-hand column, then check the Development Tools option from the right-hand column.
Open the Network and Host Name window in the System section. After that, turn on the Ethernet and tap Done.
Under the System section, there is also an important choice called Installation Destination. From the Local Standard Disks, select the Hard disk. Then, in the section, select the Automatic option and click Done to proceed.
Under the Localization section, pick the Time and Date options. Set the Region and City to your preferred time zone. To continue, tap Done.
Choose KDUMP in the System section, check-mark KDUMP to enable it, and tap Done.
The Installation Source choice under the Software section is now the most essential option. Choose the Auto-detected installation media option from this menu. Then, hit the Verify button.
The Root Password option can be found in the User Settings section. To configure the root user for the system to be installed, you must first set this option. To proceed, enter a password and tap Done.
The Begin Installation button is now enabled. After you’ve configured all of the settings, click the Begin Installation button to begin the installation. To begin the installation, click this button.
As you can see in the graphic below, you’ll have to sit idle and wait for your Oracle Linux 8 system to be installed on the virtual computer.
After some time has passed, you will get a notice indicating that the installation procedure is completed. To continue the installation, click the Reboot System button.
Wait a few moments while your computer reboots. Following that, you’ll see the screen below, with the Finish Configuration button disabled. To proceed, select the License Information option from the Licensing section.
To continue, choose the checkbox I Accept the License Agreement and hit Done.
Select User Creation and fill in the Full Name and Password fields. When you fill-up this form, you’ll notice that the username is immediately added. If you wish to make this using the system administrator, make sure you checkmark the correct option for this. To continue, choose the Done button.
The Finish Configuration button has now been enabled. To complete the configuration and installation, click this button.
Now, enter your password and click the Sign In button to access your Oracle Linux 8 virtual system.
The welcome screen appears next. Select English and then press the Next button.
To proceed, select the Typing keyboard and press the Next button.
Then, turn on the Location Services and choose Next.
By supplying its credentials, you can connect any Online Account; alternatively, select Skip to continue.
You’re all set to go now. To Start Using Oracle Linux Server, click the Start Using Oracle Linux Server button.
The following Getting Started Window will appear. To continue using Oracle Linux 8, close this window.
Oracle Linux 8 has been successfully installed, as you can see. You can now utilize this system and modify it by installing various modules on it.
This post demonstrated how to download the .iso file, construct a virtual machine with the.iso file, then install Oracle Linux 8 from the.iso file. With the help of this tutorial, this is a pretty simple task! I sincerely hope you are capable of installing Oracle Linux 8 on your own Virtual Box.