Installation: Instructions for self-paced installation.
Next BCE install sessions: During scheduled sessions, experts are available to help you install and get familiar with BCE. The next session is: None Scheduled at this time; please request help via the support forum
Support Forum: Ask the community for support via email.
While most recent PCs support hardware virtualization, not all computer vendors enable this feature as shipped from the factory. To turn this feature on, try these instructions based on Red Hat instructions:
If you are unable to find the Virtualization settings in your BIOS it may mean that your laptop does not support it. If you want to try to find this out yourself, then you can try:
On Windows, download and run a Microsoft utility. You can also download utilities to check if your CPU is capable of virtualization, if not enabled. Hyper-V must be disabled in order for VirtualBox to run 64-bit guest operating systems. Visit the “turn Windows feature on or off” application and make sure Hyper-V is not checked.
On Linux, open a terminal window and run:
egrep -q 'vmx|svm' /proc/cpuinfo && echo yes || echo no
Don’t worry! Come to the next BCE install session and an expert will help you determine if your hardware is capable and, if not, can discuss alternatives to running on your laptop.