VirtualBox is a virtual machine that lets you run a wide variety of software without having to install anything on your computer.
Ubuntu is an open source distro that aims to provide an Ubuntu-like experience.
NVMe is the name for a form of flash memory that’s faster than standard storage and can be swapped out for faster storage when needed.
Microsoft’s latest NVMe-based SSDs are faster and more powerful than the ones in Google’s Chromebook Pixel.
But for a few more bucks, you can get a solid-state drive that’s more powerful and faster.
In this article, we’ll show you how to install NVMe on an Ubuntu system, how to make your own SSDs, and how to build your own storage device.
Install NVMe for the Pixel and the Pixel C in Ubuntu With this Ubuntu tutorial, we’re going to install a NVMe drive for the Google Chromebook Pixel, which is an Intel-based Chromebook.
It’s a great option for the Chromebook Pixel’s performance and price tag, and it’s also available on most Linux distributions.
The first step is to make sure you have Ubuntu.
The Ubuntu Software Center can be a little trickier to navigate than other distros, so let’s go ahead and install it.
Open the Software Center and go to “About Ubuntu.”
On the next page, click “About This Software” and then click “More Information.”
You’ll be taken to a page that says “About this computer.”
Click the button “Try Ubuntu” to install Ubuntu.
At the bottom of the screen, click on the “Download and install Ubuntu.”
You can also choose to install the Linux Mint 17.10 or the Fedora 26 edition of Ubuntu.
On the Ubuntu Software center page, go to the “Software Center” tab and click on “Manage Software.”
You should see a list of all the available software packages.
If you don’t see any of the software packages listed, you’ll have to click “Continue” to download the files.
Now you’re ready to install virtualization software.
Open VirtualBox and follow the on-screen instructions.
On this page, you should see the installation of VirtualBox.
Once you’re finished, you’re prompted to select the virtual machine you want to install.
On our Chromebook Pixel we chose the “Google Chromebook Pixel” and a few other VirtualBox configurations.
The Google Chromebook’s installation is done.
It should look something like this.
At this point, you need to restart VirtualBox to apply the new virtual machines.
We’re going with the “VM1” virtual machine to start, but if you’re on an Intel Atom chip, you might have to restart Intel’s Atom virtual machine first.
Open virtualbox and click “Start.”
At the top of the window, click the “Configure” button.
On top of that window, you will see a “Network Configuration” section.
Click the “Network” tab.
In the “Security Settings” section, you have two options.
You can set your network name to a string or enter your own.
Click on “Set Name” and enter the network name of your choice.
The next screen asks you to configure the network interface.
In our case, we have an Ethernet connection on the front panel, so we’ll configure our network interface to “Ethernet.”
To make this easier for the rest of the users in our group, we set our interface to use a default gateway.
Next, we want to change the default password.
The default password is “root.”
This will make sure that we can log in to the system as root and not the user we want.
Click Change Password and then save the change.
To make sure everything works, we need to make a few changes to the VirtualBox configuration file.
On a VirtualBox page, scroll down to “Configuration.”
On this section, we can click “Add New Virtual Machine.”
On that page, we should see two tabs.
“Add Custom” and “Add Virtual Machine” are the two “Custom” tabs.
In “Add Special” we can add some special options to make the VM appear as a guest on the network.
The two tabs are called “Guest” and the “Remote” tabs, and they’re pretty self-explanatory.
On that guest page, add the following code to add an existing guest and a new virtual machine.