A kernel module is started when the host computer is booted, but nothing happens until you manually start a virtual machine.
This document provides information on using the Virtual Box system emulator in Ubuntu.Virtual Box can run a "guest" operating system in a window of the host operating system without giving it direct access to your computer's hardware. Select “Skip software updates” and click “Next” button. Select “Create and configure a database” and click “Next” button. Select “Server class” option and click “Next” button. Select “Single instance database installation” option and click “Next”. Accept default “Enterprise Edition” and click “Next” button. On this screen you can select account which will be used to install and use of new database software. Select “File system” option and click “Next” button. On this screen you can register your new database in Oracle Enterprise Cloud. With less memory, just run only two of the Windows VM's and reduce the memory setting.
If you like to follow this tutorial you need some tools on your host machine.At the Docker Con EU 2015 Arnaud Porterie showed us a Docker Swarm between a Linux and a Windows Docker Engine.In this blog post I explain how to set up a Windows Docker Swarm.In the bottom right hand corner of the emulated machine window is the name of the key required to make Virtual Box un-grab the mouse and keyboard.By default this is Control_R which actually means the right hand Control key, not control and the letter R. Uncheck checkbox “I wish to receive security updates via My Oracle Support” and then click “Next” button.