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"*VIRTUAL MACHINE (tutorial)*"
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"Actually it is a free application that we can use to test operating systems that work on the main one in a virtual way. More and more users are opting for this type of practice, more if we take into account the equipment that we have today. That is why in these same lines we are going to show you the easiest way to create a virtual machine through VirtualBox in a few steps. It is clear that for all this we need two key elements. The first one is the ISO with the image of the operating system that we want to virtualize.\n",
"\n",
"On the other hand we find that we are also going to need the program as such. That is why the first thing we need is to download VirtualBox, something we can do from this [Link](https://www.virtualbox.org)."
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"Thus, as we see on the web, we find a direct link to download the file, both for Windows and Linux. Thus, we select the platform that interests us in this case to download the corresponding file. This is downloaded like any other program, so we will only have to install it on the computer on a regular basis."
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"*Detailed instructions*"
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"- **What version to download?** Assumption of what your operating system. In this review we will explain how to install VirtualBox on Windows 10. Installing VirtualBox on all versions of Windows is identical. First download the installation file.\n",
"\n",
"- Eventhough we saw in the previous step that the image show the 6.1 version the next instructions are equally valid for all the versions.\n",
"\n",
"- You might want to see this ~3 min [video](https://videos.cern.ch/record/2715259/embed) tutorial as well so you do not miss any details."
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"- After you downloaded the latest version of Virtual Box, proceed with the installation. Find the downloaded file in your computer (usually the downloaded file is in С:\\Users\\User\\Downloads\\\"filename\"), run the program and click \"Next\""
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"- After that, the component selection window will appear. Without changing anything, click \"Next\"."
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"- In the next window, without any changing click \"Next\""
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"- Now a window will appear that says that the Internet will be temporarily disabled during the installation of the program. Click \"Yes\"."
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"- And click \"Install\" to begin the installation."
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"- After the installation process is complete, click \"Finish\"."
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"![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-6.png)"
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"- Now you will see a clean window of your virtual machine without any operating systems:"
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"![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-6-1.png)"
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"**Configure VirtualBox**"
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"- If you have English installed on your system, the program will automatically change the interface language to English when you first start it. If this does not happen, go to the menu “File” -> “Settings\\or/Preferences” and on the Languages tab select your language."
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"Now you are ready to install Virtual Machine from ATLAS!"
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"*13 TeV ATLAS Open Data virtual machine installation*"
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"**Download the latest ATLAS Open Data VM**"
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"[This](https://zenodo.org/record/3687320/files/ATLAS-Open-Data-ubuntu-2020-v4.ova) is an Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS with: \n",
"\n",
"- ROOT 6.18 (configuration all)\n",
"\n",
"- Jupyter (bash, python2, python3, ROOT C++ kernels)\n",
"\n",
"- Extras TensorFlow + demo git repos"
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"Check out this ~9 min [video](https://videos.cern.ch/record/2715260/embed) tutorial, this way you do not miss any detail. "
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"- After you downloaded the VM file, start the VirtualBox. Go to the menu \"File\" -> “Import Appliance...” (or perform the same function with the combination of buttons: \"Ctrl\" + \"I\")"
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"- In the window, select the downloaded \".ova\" file from the Downloads folder and click \"Next\":"
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"- Now your Virtual Machine with Ubuntu-Linux operating system is ready, start it by clicking"
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"You may come across issues with hardware virtualisation. Some computers have virtualisation disable by default.\n",
"\n",
"If you do, and due to the various manufacturers, the best is to Google something like:\n",
"\n",
"**\"how to enable virtualisation in [insert name and model of your computer]\".**\n",
"\n",
"For example, here is a solution for Lenovo. Enable virtualisation:\n",
"\n",
"1. Boot systems to BIOS with the F1 key at power on.\n",
"\n",
"2. Select the Security tab in the BIOS.\n",
"\n",
"3. Enable Intel VTT or Intel VT-d if needed.\n",
"\n",
"4. Once enabled, save the changes with F10 and allow the system to reboot."
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"Now you are ready to enjoy the 13 TeV ATLAS Open Data virtual machine"
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*VIRTUAL MACHINE (tutorial)*
Actually it is a free application that we can use to test operating systems that work on the main one in a virtual way. More and more users are opting for this type of practice, more if we take into account the equipment that we have today. That is why in these same lines we are going to show you the easiest way to create a virtual machine through VirtualBox in a few steps. It is clear that for all this we need two key elements. The first one is the ISO with the image of the operating system that we want to virtualize.
On the other hand we find that we are also going to need the program as such. That is why the first thing we need is to download VirtualBox, something we can do from this [Link](https://www.virtualbox.org).
![](https://www.softzone.es/app/uploads-softzone.es/2020/07/web-de-virtualbox.jpg)
Thus, as we see on the web, we find a direct link to download the file, both for Windows and Linux. Thus, we select the platform that interests us in this case to download the corresponding file. This is downloaded like any other program, so we will only have to install it on the computer on a regular basis.
![](https://www.softzone.es/app/uploads-softzone.es/2020/07/Windows-Linux-VirtualBox.jpg)
*Detailed instructions*
- **What version to download?** Assumption of what your operating system. In this review we will explain how to install VirtualBox on Windows 10. Installing VirtualBox on all versions of Windows is identical. First download the installation file.
- Eventhough we saw in the previous step that the image show the 6.1 version the next instructions are equally valid for all the versions.
- You might want to see this ~3 min [video](https://videos.cern.ch/record/2715259/embed) tutorial as well so you do not miss any details.
So whether or not you the video you can start to see the followings steps:
- After you downloaded the latest version of Virtual Box, proceed with the installation. Find the downloaded file in your computer (usually the downloaded file is in С:\Users\User\Downloads\"filename"), run the program and click "Next"
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-1.png)
- After that, the component selection window will appear. Without changing anything, click "Next".
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-2.png)
- In the next window, without any changing click "Next"
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-3.png)
- Now a window will appear that says that the Internet will be temporarily disabled during the installation of the program. Click "Yes".
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-4.png)
- And click "Install" to begin the installation.
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-5.png)
- After the installation process is complete, click "Finish".
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-6.png)
- Now you will see a clean window of your virtual machine without any operating systems:
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-6-1.png)
**Configure VirtualBox**
- If you have English installed on your system, the program will automatically change the interface language to English when you first start it. If this does not happen, go to the menu “File” -> “Settings\or/Preferences” and on the Languages tab select your language.
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7.png)
Now you are ready to install Virtual Machine from ATLAS!
*13 TeV ATLAS Open Data virtual machine installation*
**Download the latest ATLAS Open Data VM**
[This](https://zenodo.org/record/3687320/files/ATLAS-Open-Data-ubuntu-2020-v4.ova) is an Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS with:
- ROOT 6.18 (configuration all)
- Jupyter (bash, python2, python3, ROOT C++ kernels)
- Extras TensorFlow + demo git repos
Check out this ~9 min [video](https://videos.cern.ch/record/2715260/embed) tutorial, this way you do not miss any detail.
*Detailed instructions*
- After you downloaded the VM file, start the VirtualBox. Go to the menu "File" -> “Import Appliance...” (or perform the same function with the combination of buttons: "Ctrl" + "I")
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7-1.png)
- In the window, select the downloaded ".ova" file from the Downloads folder and click "Next":
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7-2.png)
- Click "Import" without any changes:
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7-3.png)
- The operating system should begin importing:
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7-4.png)
- Now your Virtual Machine with Ubuntu-Linux operating system is ready, start it by clicking
![](http://opendata.atlas.cern/release/2020/documentation/vm/pictures/fig-7-6.png)
You may come across issues with hardware virtualisation. Some computers have virtualisation disable by default.
If you do, and due to the various manufacturers, the best is to Google something like:
**"how to enable virtualisation in [insert name and model of your computer]".**
For example, here is a solution for Lenovo. Enable virtualisation:
1. Boot systems to BIOS with the F1 key at power on.
2. Select the Security tab in the BIOS.
3. Enable Intel VTT or Intel VT-d if needed.
4. Once enabled, save the changes with F10 and allow the system to reboot.
Now you are ready to enjoy the 13 TeV ATLAS Open Data virtual machine.
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