If your VirtualBox OS is out of space because you make a small vdi image on disk.
The you can resize this file and fix the problem.
This can be easy done with the next command.
C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox>VBoxManage modifyhd
"C:\Users\mythcat\VirtualBox VMs\Fedora26_server_64bits\Fedora.vdi" --resize 11920
This tool help you to put multiple boot operating systems into your USB drive.
You can used into your Windows or Linux OS.
This MultiBootUSB tool help you with this tasks:
- install multiple live Linux distros and other operating systems to a USB disk;
- make it bootable without erasing existing data;
- uninstall installed OSes later;
- write ISO images directly to a USB disk (GUI for Linux dd command);
- boot ISO images and USB disks directly without rebooting your system using QEMU;
- boot USB on UEFI/EFI systems through GRUB2 bootloader support (limited support);
What you need to make this working well:
- One formatted USB disk with :
- FAT32, NTFS, ext2/3/4 or Btrfs filesystem. However;
- the FAT filesystem is recommended and ext2/3/4 or Btrfs filesystems will only work under Linux;
- try to keep single partition (primary) to avoid later problems;
- Your ISO files of live Linux distros of your choice;
- the latest release of MultiBootUSB from official website;
The official website come with a good tutorial about how to use it.
Briefly the acronym is recognized as VR and come with this comes with this definition:
Virtual reality is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. That person becomes part of this virtual world or is immersed within this environment and whilst there, is able to manipulate objects or perform a series of actions.
You can try getting steps with these links:
Stages are simple: a 3D content is put into a space called a scene and is presented in a special way for virtual reality devices.
Hope this help !
This links from YouTube subdomains is like an extra bonus for you.
The Cloud Shell from Google API provisions 5GB of persistent disk storage mounted as your $HOME directory on the Cloud Shell instance.
All files you store in your home directory, including scripts and user configuration files like .bashrc and .vimrc, persist between sessions.
You can try it from here with Supplemental Terms and Conditions For Google Cloud Platform Free Trial.
Also you can get free $300 when sign up to spend on Google Cloud Platform over the next 12 months.
You need to add your credit card to get free $300 free trial.