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This guide is for Advanced users!
The content in this article is relevant only to a Linux environment, or support for other OSes hasn't been written.
Getting Started[edit | edit source]
Setting up your computer for running a Virtual Machine[edit | edit source]Before installing any VM software, make sure your computer can run a Virtual Machine.
$ LC_ALL=C lscpu | grep Virtualization
You may need to enable virtualization in your BIOS. 
Installing Gnome Boxes[edit | edit source]
Gnome Boxes is an easy to use Virtual Machine manager. Most distributions should have it in their repos, check with your distribution.
|Arch / Manjaro / SteamOS||pacman -S gnome-boxes|
|Debian / Ubuntu / PopOS||apt-get install gnome-boxes|
|Fedora||yum install gnome-boxes|
|Flatpak||flatpak install flathub org.gnome.Boxes|