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Setting Up Cross-Browser Testing Environment (Debian-based System)


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A simple guide in setting up a virtual testing environment for front-end development under Ubuntu.

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Setting Up Cross-Browser Testing Environment (Debian-based System)

  1. 1. Setting Up Cross-Browser TestingEnvironment(Debian-based System)Gerald Z. VillorenteKite Systems Inc.
  2. 2. Requirements● Must be Debian (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Kubuntu,Edubuntu, Lubuntu, Backbox, BackTrack,Aurora, Asturix, Bodhi Linux, Buildix,Peppermint OS, Trisquel, etc)● VirtualBox● Windows ISO (Genuine)
  3. 3. Installation: Virtualbox$ sudo apt-get install virtualbox-ose virtualbox-guest-additions-iso
  4. 4. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS● Select New and click Next as shown below.
  5. 5. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  6. 6. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  7. 7. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  8. 8. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  9. 9. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  10. 10. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  11. 11. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  12. 12. Configuration: Creating Virtual OS
  13. 13. Configuration: Virtual Bios
  14. 14. Configuration: Adding Installation Source
  15. 15. Configuration: Adding Installation Source● For ISO: select first option● For CD/DVD: select second option
  16. 16. Configuration: Boot Option
  17. 17. Configuration: Boot OptionMake sure that the CD/DVD is the firstboot device.
  18. 18. Installation: Run the Virtual Machine
  19. 19. Installation: Loading setup files
  20. 20. Post Installation
  21. 21. Installation: Guest Additions
  22. 22. Configuration: Updating Hosts file
  23. 23. Configuration: IP Mapping
  24. 24. Loading the App
  25. 25. Thank You