1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 29, 2019 5:30 AM by Texiwill

    Setting up current virtual machine (Ubuntu) as dual boot

    ProtonX Lurker

      I have been working with an Ubuntu VM in my Windows 10 for a while. As I am starting to like it, I would like to have it as a dual boot option.

      Is there a way I can Install my Ubuntu including all settings and files as a dual boot system besides my Windows 10?

        • 1. Re: Setting up current virtual machine (Ubuntu) as dual boot
          Texiwill Guru
          vExpertUser Moderators

          Hello David,


          There is, but not using VMware's products.  There are many discussions on setting up Dual-Boot systems on Google, generally any of them would work. Personally I do not dual boot but you can run VMware workstation on login so that it looks like you are running Ubuntu after a windows login. I have completely installed my systems with Linux, or virtualized. If you want to dual-boot, I strongly suggest following the existing approaches. Those approaches are bit out of scope for this forum.


          Best regards,