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i have a 10.04 ubuntu and i installed virtual box 3.1.6_OSE on it, when i run VBoxHeadless --help, there is no vrde option, it has below options: --startvm --capture --width ...
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    virtualbox on ubuntu server


    i have a 10.04 ubuntu and i installed virtual box 3.1.6_OSE on it, when i run VBoxHeadless --help, there is no vrde option, it has below options:

    --startvm
    --capture
    --width
    --height
    --bitrate
    --filename

    did i installed a wrong version for server or there is something missed?

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    I think vrde is only available in version 4 of Virtualbox.
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    then, how could i run a guest ( which is ubuntu 12.04 ) on my ubuntu server?

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    Assuming that you installed it from the repository you have a good use case for uninstalling it and installing a more recent version from the Virtual Box Website
    "I used to be with it, then they changed what it was.
    Now what was it isn't it, and what is it is weird and scary to me.
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