Every time I used my Oracle VM, despite having heaps of (physical) memory and storage, the Ubuntu VM seemed to struggle. Of course, it was because I had been mean with my allocations so after a quick GUI squiz I bumped the memory and processors up, but drew a blank on the VDI file. 10GB wasn’t nearly enough!
I struggled a bit to work out how to do this, so hopefully this post will pop up in your Google searches a lot quicker!
Let’s begin with the File menu.
- File > Virtual Media Manager…
- Ensure you are on the Hard disks tab
- Select your hard disk
- Move the size slider at the bottom or type in the desired disk size
- Hit that Apply button!
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